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Disowned John Duncklee


John Duncklee

Published February 15th 2007
ISBN : 9780978727734
231 pages
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 About the Book 

One day Carlos Montoya was Mexican- the next day he was American- and it was not by his own choice. When the United States makes the Gadsden Purchase from Mexican president Santa Ana, it starts a chain of events that forever alters the lives of Carlos and his family. After their land is taken from them by a dishonest Texan through corrupt court proceedings, the Montoyas hatch a dishonest scheme of their own to take their revenge. Their quest for vengeance leads Carlos to embark upon a journey of self-discovery, following in the path of his ancestors to create a new horizon for himself. About The Author: John Duncklee is an award-winning author of fifteen books, Prior to his writing career, John was a university professor in both the United States and Mexico, a cattle rancher, Quarter Horse breeder, designer of mesquite furniture and served in the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. There is an authenticity in John Duncklees voice that you dont find in other writers of the American West today. His characters are as lively as a wild mustang stallion, and as unpredictable as the weather. If you love a good story, treat yourself to John Duncklee. - Johnny D. Boggs, Award-Winning Author and recipient of the Western Heritage Wrangler and Spur-awards.