Mirna: A Life of Her Own: A Heroic Homestead Tale

| November 6, 2014

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Mirna: A Life of Her Own: A Heroic Homestead Tale

Danger awaits Mirna outside the door of her homesteader’s shack in Montana. She is on her own except for Dog who lies near her feet . . . and the cocked rifle in her lap. Mirna is one among the more than 150,000 single women trying her luck in the West, living on land opened up by Abraham Lincoln’s 1862 Homestead Act. Alone, she faces fears of wild animals and men who don’t always behave as gentlemen. As dawn breaks, Dog begins a steady low growl. Is it the secret from her past that has come to threaten her safety? What is in store for her now?

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