Dead Man's Gold: A Western Trio

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"Tide of Empire" is set in the period prior to the Civil War when St. Louis was a major hub of American trade. Matthew Jordan and his partner, Sam Wheat, have a growing timber operation in the north woods of Wisconsin. On a riverboat Jordan gambles the company fortune in a poker game, and by incredible luck wins exactly what is needed: a sawmill. But on reaching land, they find it has been burned down. "Fourteen Votes Brand a Maverick" describes the margin by which young Bob Brule wins the election to become the new sheriff of Red Rock. For a very short time Bob Brule takes pride in his close win, but that changes when Arch Hayes, a powerful lawyer, informs him that the election was rigged by Gurnee Silver, the biggest rancher in the county. San Rico was once a booming mining community. "Dead Man's Gold" takes place in the time after the silver mines have played out and half the town has burned down, but there is a rumor that gold has been discovered . . .The cosmic meaning of the mortality of all living creatures became for T. T. Flynn a unifying metaphor for the fragility and dignity of life itself.