Shades of the old west. Horse stealing, cattle rustling, arson and murder, and it's happening today. The people of Lake County, Montana are willing to be good neighbors but are being harassed by thieves and invaders on their property. Modern day politics are involved and it's shocking when the ranchers discover who is the head of these gangs.
Ginger Proudfoot inherited a huge ranch after the death of her ancestors. She is a recent college graduate and has been away from the ranch for a few years. Can she outwit these trespassers and whom can she trust?
About the Author:
Montana Madness is Sioux Dallas' seventh book, and she has two more currently in progress. Dallas selects a true event or real people and builds a story around it.
Dallas has written short stories since she was in the third grade and heard a great uncle, who became famous, tell his original stories. By the seventh grade, teachers were encouraging her to do something with her work.
Teaching school, keeping house and family, raising and training horses, giving riding lessons, music, church work and community endeavors all kept her too busy. After Dallas retired and became a widow she took steps to have her work published. She expresses gratitude constantly for the love and support of family and friends.