Chasing Destiny

Chasing Destiny

Large Print - 2009
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Bobby Eckstrum is well known around Columbia, Colorado as a ne'er-do-well and a drunk. Now he's being accused of robbing and murdering local rancher Roger Simms. A posse is organized, and they hunt down and kill the man they believe to be Bobby.

But Destiny Eckstrum, Bobby's daughter, believes they did not kill her father . . . that they mistook him for his equally shiftless brother who lives elsewhere in Colorado. So when no one pays her any mind, she decides to set out on her own to try to find her father. She is accompanied by Michael Jennings, who wishes very much to leave his family farm. And they are later joined on their quest by a protective dog named Boy and a mysterious man named Noah Locke.



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Bobby Eckstrum is known around the town of Columbia as a drunk. In a surprising turn of events, he is thought to have murdered and robbed Roger Simms, a local rancher. A posse is organized and they hunt down and kill the man they believe to be Bobby. Destiny Eckstrum, Bobby's daughter, does not believe they killed her her father, but rather his equally shiftless brother who lives elsewhere in Colorado. When no one believes her, she decides to set out on her own to try to locate her father. She is accompanied by Michael Jenning, who wishes very much to leave his family farm.

Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Publishing, 2009
ISBN: 9781602853508
Characteristics: 255 p.

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