Redwood and GoldLarge Print - 2009
Daniel Jennifer and Dick Hathaway were the original settlers of the exquisite land in California's giant redwood forest on which the Madrone Ranch stood. It was Hathaway money that built it, and, now that Dick had been dead for over fifty years, it was Andrew Hathaway who was about to sell it to Jet Norcross, though it meant that his own sister and old Daniel Jennifer would have to leave their home. Norcross had been plotting for that spread for a very long time -- and, once he found the gold that Daniel had spent a lifetime searching for, nothing would stop him from acquiring the Hathaway property. And just as Jet Norcross and his mean-spirited, spoiled daughter are about to take possession of the Madrone, in walks Jim Glennister, Jet's old gambling partner and the man he'd left with a bullet in him while he cheated him out of his share. Glennister beat Norcross at his own game, and now the Madrone was his. But Jet Norcross wasn't going down without a fight . . .
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., 2009.
Edition: Large print ed.
Characteristics: 335 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.