A spring morning in Montana is shattered when Joseph Smith, a namesake nephew of the founder of the Mormon religion and fundamentalist, emerges from his tepee and his young wife is shot dead at his feet. He races after his wife's murderer but kills Three Pigs before he finds out why the man murdered his bride. He returns to Bannack, where his collection of three other wives are waiting. They, too, fall victim to the plot against Smith but Smith and his sidekick, an immense Flathead Indian he has named Weston, extract a bloody, Old West-style revenge.
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About the Author
Carl Reader trained as a journalist at Temple University and has worked as a reporter, photographer and editor in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Montana. He's published short stories in literary magazines and on the Internet and has self-published a children's Christmas story called THE TWELFTH ELF OF KINDNESS.That book was partially published in Russia under the Sister Cities program. He's also self-published a novella called THE PERSECUTION OF WILLIAM PENN, which has been well-received in several college libraries. He works as a professional photographer and freelance writer.