A good short novel told mostly by William Tell Sackett and partly by God. A sequel
to Sackett and Mojave Crossing. Tell and his brother
Orrin and a tinker and a black man travel from New Orleans to the Rockies to
search for the remains of Tellís father and to search for treasure. They are
followed by an evil family and by others with deadly results. They find país day
journals. Unbelievably, they take their time getting around to reading them.
Otherwise, it is an exciting, tight story. The title is relevant.
Year Read: 2004
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