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Major General Jackson arrives at Fort Dam
Waters to find the men disorganized and
unconditioned. A problem he intends to fix. His
first order takes the fort on a mission to replace the old
horses with younger mustangs. In so doing, he uncovers a
is as crooked as a three dollar bill. Jackson's plan
to whip the fort into shape puts a crimp in the
General's style and threatens to expose his
general is not about to allow.
Not only is Jackson outnumbered by greenhorns he discovers he has a
woman in his ranks. And
not just any woman. Private Bucks has a solid
left-hook, a pet cougar and her own personal
Jackson tries to keep his feelings neutral, but
finds himself falling for the cantankerous red head. The feeling is
mutual, until Jackson's fiancÚ, Kate, shows up at the fort.
If the General does not kill him, Private Bucks will!
Caught in the crossfire are seventy innocent men, an orphaned Indian girl
and five of Jackson's best friends. Can they survive?
TO READ A FEW PAGES
A note from
The Major's Renegade took sixteen long years to
compose. Normal sized books are 50,000 words. This book
is 170,000 words. I started writing the book when I was
seventeen. It started as a dream where Private Bucks
and Jackson are arguing because her cougar cost Jackson
a hair raising ride aboard his stallion, who thought the
cougar's presence was a fine reason to knock the fort
Charger, Jackson's stallion, falls head-over-hoof for
Bucks' white mare. At first I thought it would be the
horses who would get the couple together,
but, when I struck on the idea of adding an Indian orphan girl, Adrion, and five of
Jackson's friends, it was the magic touch the book
needed. My life's ambition is to see these characters
come alive on the big screen. This book is a spring board for a series I would
like to start, if I can stay at my desk long enough!
As to whether The Major's
Renegade ever hits the big screen I say-
"The world is my oyster. How far it opens is completely
up to me- and a bit of proverbial luck."
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