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by Stephen Bly


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This second Stuart Brannon book finds our hero prospecting for gold with the help of two friends he met the last book, Everett and Fletcher. However, many powerful and dangerous men are determined to take the mine from them

This second Stuart Brannon book finds our hero prospecting for gold with the help of two friends he met the last book, Everett and Fletcher. However, many powerful and dangerous men are determined to take the mine from them. Overall, this is another solid Western from Stephen Bly, though not quite as good as Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing. The book has a good mix of action, humor, and drama and has a great deal of authenticity. The core conflict of the book is good as Brannon deals with the pitfalls of trying to hold on to sudden wealth.

This second Stuart Brannon book finds our hero prospecting for gold with the help of two friends he met the last book, Everett and Fletcher. The book has a good mix of action, humor, and drama and has a great deal of authenticity

Soon the three find themselves fighting both a professional gunman and the powerful Colorado Southern Mining Corporation.

Soon the three find themselves fighting both a professional gunman and the powerful Colorado Southern Mining Corporation. In "False Claims" we find Brannon dealing with both the threat to his claim and, much to his surprise, with his own greed as he comes to terms with his newfound riches. Fans will not want to miss this fast-moving tale of life in the Old West.

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After months of digging, Stuart Brannon and Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode, only to find someone . Velvet Wendell becomes the third partner in the Little Stephen Mining Company.

After months of digging, Stuart Brannon and Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode, only to find someone else is after their claim. Under attack they ally themselves with three Ute Indians and fortify the mine. Soon Brannon and his partners are fighting both a professional gunman and the powerful Colorado Southern Mining Corporation. In the midst of the fight Stuart must confront the threat to his claim and, much to his surprise, his own greed. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

Written by Stephen Bly, Audiobook narrated by Jerry Sciarrio. Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing. The Legend of Stuart Brannon #1. The Legend of Stuart Brannon By: Stephen Bly. Narrated by: Jerry Sciarrio. Length: 5 hrs and 23 mins.

The home of the Little family was a pleasant place near a park in New York City.

and Mrs. Little named him Stuart, and Mr. Little made him a tiny bed out of four clothespins and a cigarette box. Unlike most babies, Stuart could walk as soon as he was born. When he was a week old he could climb lamps by shinnying up the cord. The home of the Little family was a pleasant place near a park in New York City. In the mornings the sun streamed in through the east windows, and all the Littles were up early as a general rule.

Book Format: Audiobook. After months of digging, Stuart Brannon and Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode, only to find someone else is after their claim. False Claims at the Little Stephen Mine - Audiobook. Digital Audio Formats.

Stephen Bly (August 17, 1944 – June 9, 2011) was an American author and novelist. He wrote more than 100 books and hundreds of articles, poems, and short stories. His book, The Long Trail Home Broadman & Holman, won the 2002 Christy Award in the category Western novel. Three other books, Picture Rock Crossway Books, The Outlaw's Twin Sister (Crossway Books), and Last of the Texas Camp (Broadman & Holman), were Christy Award finalists.

Stuart Brannon and Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode, only to. .they ally themselves with three Ute Indians and fortify the mine.

2. False Claims at the Little Stephen Mine Free Audiobooks After months of digging, Stuart Brannon and Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode, only to find someone else is after their claim. 3. False Claims at the Little Stephen Mine Free Audiobooks Written By: Stephen Bly. Narrated By: Jerry Sciarrio Publisher: Books in Motion Date: April 2002 Duration: 6 hours 0 minutes.

Stuart Brannon and his partner strike it rich with their claim of a gold mine, but competition for the lode causes Stuart to question his newfound wealth

Comments: (5)

Alianyau
I like all the brannon series.
Delan
This second Stuart Brannon book finds our hero prospecting for gold with the help of two friends he met the last book, Everett and Fletcher. However, many powerful and dangerous men are determined to take the mine from them.

Overall, this is another solid Western from Stephen Bly, though not quite as good as Hard Winter at Broken Arrow Crossing. The book has a good mix of action, humor, and drama and has a great deal of authenticity.

The core conflict of the book is good as Brannon deals with the pitfalls of trying to hold on to sudden wealth. It examines what greed can do to even an upstanding man like Stuart Brannon and the book’s key confict is whether Brannon will focus his life on acquiring gold or be true to his highest ideals. It’s a great conflict with a solid resolution, and features as memorable a cast of Western characters as could be found anywhere.

If I had any complaint it’s that Fletcher’s habit of beginning every sentence with, “I say, Brannon,” became a bit wearing by the end. Still, other than that tick, I enjoyed every part of this great Western novel.
Madis
Stuart Brannon tries his hand at prospecting in the second book of the series that bears his name. After the events of the first book, Brannon and his British friend Edwin Fletcher are still in the Colorado mountains, working hard to dig out a little gold from their mine. While Brannon's simple goal is to make enough money to finance a return to his Arizona ranch, little do they suspect their quiet location will soon be the center of multiple disputes and battles.

Challenging Brannon and Fletcher's claim to the land is Abner Cheney, who says the government gave him the right to the whole mountain because of the railroad he intends to put in. Cheney's former clerk Waldo Vance has also taken it into his head to usurp Cheney and take over the mine for himself. The warring factions come against each other as well as Stuart and friends, bringing in both lawmen and gunfighters to help persuade Brannon and Fletcher to desert their post.

Meanwhile Brannon strikes up an unexpected alliance with three Ute Indians, and faces another challenge when Velvet Wendell inherits one-fourth of their mine after Everett Davis's death. Brannon doesn't think that prospecting is any kind of life for a woman, but Velvet insists that she can pull her weight and that she deserves the chance to find some security after a life full of heartache.

The question Brannon must ask himself over the course of these struggles is what is right in any given situation. Is their claim on the mine legitimate? How do you avoid revenge while seeking justice? Is his own stubbornness and greed getting in the way of the truth? It's a time of growth for the man who so newly found his faith.

The fast-paced adventure will keep you turning pages until you reach the unexpected conclusion. Be watching out for more reviews from the Stuart Brannon Series in the near future!
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After months of digging for gold at the site discovered during Hard Winter, Stuart Brannon and partner Edwin Fletcher finally hit the mother lode, but someone else is after their claim. Aid comes in the unlikely form of three Ute Indians.

Claim jumpers waylay Fletcher on his way back from Tres Casas, and Brannon must rescue him. When the dust clears, he and Fletcher return, but with an additional partner - Velvet Wendell. Before long, the three are under siege by both a professional gunman and the Colorado Southern Mining Corporation. While they struggle to keep their claim and prepare for winter, Brannon wrestles with his own conflicted feelings about their newfound riches.

The second Brannon book does not disappoint. Bly's trademark blend of action, vivid characters, honest faith, and humor in unexpected places comes into focus in this story. This title is regrettably out of print and hard to find.
Sharpbrew
aders know that I highly recommend this book. This story is very adventorous and is filled with fun-filled adventures, however Stuart, a mouse who was raised in a human family, never actually finds his feathery friend, a bird. Althogh this book is one I highly recommend, many readers always like to know the..the end of things and for that reason I gave this book a 7.
False Claims at the Little Stephen Mine (The Legend of Stuart Brannon, Book 2) download epub
Literature & Fiction
Author: Stephen Bly
ISBN: 0816174059
Category: Religion & Spirituality
Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
Language: English
Publisher: G K Hall & Co (August 1, 1994)
Pages: 255 pages