D.W. Ulsterman’s Reading List: January 27th, 2015

In an effort to help out other up-and-coming authors, or just let readers know of some potentially good reads they might enjoy, here’s today’s list of books you might be interested in.  

Enjoy!

 

An adventure story set in the unexplored recesses of the Rocky Mountains.

In the Heart of the Rockies is packed with adventure–from gold mining, to running the unexplored Colorado River rapids, to surviving a mountain winter with nothing but ingenuity, resourcefulness and perseverance. Follow along as Tom Wade goes West as a boy and returns as a young man.

This book reveals the rugged character demanded of mountain men by their environment and times, and describes the challenges of the American West–a part of our heritage that helped make our country great.

Recommended for ages 10 and up.

 

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First they had to survive the island … then each other … then their rescuer.

All Marine Corps reservist Jake Chalmers wants is to give his dying wife a last, romantic cruise to the Philippines. Unable to save her in a mass murder aboard ship, he washes ashore a jungle island, where he discovers three other survivors. Heartbroken that he failed to save his wife, he is determined not to fail these helpless castaways.

Federal prosecutor Eve Eriksson rescues a young girl and her elderly great-aunt from the same ship. They badly need Jake’s survival skills, but why is he so maddeningly careful? She needs to hurry home to nail a significant career trial. And, please, before Jake learns her secret that she’s responsible for his wife’s death.

 

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D.W. Ulsterman  is an author and freedom-loving political commentator.

The Irish Cowboy: A story of love, loss, and redemption…

“This is a wonderful book. The characters are so real that you become involved with them and care about what happens to them. The main character, Hap Wilkes, is a tough and stubborn man with regrets about the past and a great love that was lost to him many years ago because of his sense of honor in trying to do the right thing, and blaming himself for all it cost him. Old and alone, with his body breaking down on him, he gets to see what might have been, while suddenly facing the fight of his life with a government gone wrong and trying to take what little he has left. His story is familiar to anyone who listens to the news, but there are still many surprises coming his way as he tries to find redemption for the mistakes of his past. I hope others find as much enjoyment in the journey as I did. It is well worth your time.”

The Irish Cowboy: A story of love, loss, and redemption…

 

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