Big Sky Homecoming

Big Sky Homecoming
Author: Linda Ford
Publsiher: Harlequin
Total Pages: 283
Release: 2015
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780373282982

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Falling for the enermy Newly returned Duke Caldwell is the son of her family's enemyand everyone knows a Caldwell can't be trusted. Yet when Duke is thrown from his horse, Rose Bell puts her misgivings aside to help care for the handsome rancher. And soon there's no denying that her childhood nemesis isn't the scoundrel she thinks he is. Duke keeps telling himself that his reasons for wanting to spend time with feisty Rose have to do only with ending their families' feudand not with how captivating he finds her. But though Rose might be willing to mend fences with the enemy, could she ever believe Duke worthy of her love? Montana Marriages: Three sisters discover a legacy of love beneath the Western sky

Under the Big Sky

Under the Big Sky
Author: Jackson J. Benson
Publsiher: U of Nebraska Press
Total Pages: 356
Release: 2009-05-01
Genre: Biography & Autobiography
ISBN: 9780803222861

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Author of The Way West and the screenplay for the classic Shane, among many other timeless stories, icon of Western literature A. B. "Bud" Guthrie Jr. brought a blazing realism to the story of the West. That realism came out of the depth of Guthrie's historical research and an acuity that had seldom been seen in the work of Western novelists. The small Montana town that figures in several of Guthrie's books is clearly patterned after the town where he grew up, Choteau, on the eastern front of the Rocky Mountains. Biographer Benson illuminates Guthrie's upbringing and education, the influence of his intellectually inclined father, his work as a newspaperman in Kentucky, and his time at Harvard University. Animated by the observations of friends, family, and fellow authors, this intimate account offers rare insight into the life and work of a remarkable writer and into the making of the literary West.--From publisher description.

Big Sky River

Big Sky River
Author: Linda Lael Miller
Publsiher: HQN Books
Total Pages: 384
Release: 2020-10-12
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9780369704283

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Welcome to the small-town of Parable, Montana where a second chance at love can happen when you least expect it from New York Times bestselling author Linda Lael Miller! Sheriff Boone Taylor has two kids he adores, his job, a run-down but decent ranch, two faithful dogs and a good horse. He doesn’t want romance—the widowed Montanan has loved and lost enough for a lifetime. But when a city woman buys the spread next door, Boone’s peace and quiet are in serious jeopardy. With a marriage and a career painfully behind her, Tara Kendall is determined to start over in Parable. Reinventing herself and living a girlhood dream are worth the hard work. Sure, she might need help from her handsome, wary neighbor. But life along Big Sky River is full of surprises…like falling for a cowboy-lawman who just might start to believe in second chances. Previously published. Read the entire fan-favorite Parable series: Book 1: Big Sky Country Book 2: Big Sky Mountain Book 3: Big Sky River Book 4: Big Sky Summer Book 5: Big Sky Wedding Book 6: Big Sky Secrets

The Big Sky Collection

The Big Sky Collection
Author: C.J. Box
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total Pages: 2175
Release: 2022-12-22
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781837932085

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A collection of modern thrillers set in the American West by award-winning author C.J. Box, The Big Sky Collection covers the adventures of private investigator Cassie Dewell, now the basis for the hit TV show Big Sky. Back of Beyond focuses on troubled detective Cody Hoyt as he attempts to solve the death of a friend and rescue his son. Cody and his former partner Cassie team up to track down two missing girls in The Highway. In Badlands, deputy sheriff Cassie must contend with drug smugglers in North Dakota, while Paradise Valley sees Cassie hot on the trail of serial killer the Lizard King. Family feuds in Montana are the background to Cassie's mission in The Bitterroots, and Treasure State features Cassie on the track of a conman... and buried treasure. Reviews for the Cassie Dewell books 'Excellent... Box has rarely been better.' Publishers Weekly 'Cassie Dewell is a complex and multi-faceted protagonist.' Book Reporter 'Joe Pickett may be Box's main man, but Cassie is equally compelling... Box has become the dominant mystery/thriller author of the mountain West – and deservedly so.' Booklist

Peabody Coal Company s Big Sky Area B Mine Rosebud County Montana

Peabody Coal Company s Big Sky Area B Mine  Rosebud County  Montana
Author: Montana. Department of State Lands
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 222
Release: 1988
Genre: Coal mines and mining
ISBN: IND:30000090567854

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Flavors under the Big Sky Recipes and Stories from Yellowstone Public Radio Beyond

Flavors under the Big Sky  Recipes and Stories from Yellowstone Public Radio   Beyond
Author: Stella Fong
Publsiher: Arcadia Publishing
Total Pages: 224
Release: 2020
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781467144384

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With more than eighty recipes and stunning photography, writer and radio host Stella Fong marries cherished local ingredients with world flavors. Sourced from waterways, mountains, plains and local farmers' markets, Montana's resources shine in a diverse array of savory and sweet applications. Dishes like Pheasant Stir-Fry with Black Bean Sauce and Elk Kielbasa with Pomegranate bring international flair to familiar game. Rhubarb Raspberry Polenta Cake and Pavlova Roulade with Sour Cherry Sauce and Toasted Almonds give new life to market and garden staples. And stories of local culinary trailblazers pay tribute to the Treasure State's abundance. The host of Yellowstone Public Radio's Flavors Under the Big Sky: Celebrating the Bounty of the Region offers a fresh take on Big Sky Country's finest fare.

Big Sky Bookburners Season 1 Episode 6

Big Sky  Bookburners Season 1 Episode 6
Author: Brian Francis Slattery,Max Gladstone,Margaret Dunlap,Mur Lafferty
Publsiher: Serial Box
Total Pages: 50
Release: 2015-10-14
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781682100059

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Weather Alert: Tornado eating titans on the loose in Oklahoma. There might not be much upon the open, wind-swept planes of Oklahoma—but magic, like life, finds a way to thrive nevertheless. In this week’s episode the Team is literally blown away when they touch down in a tiny country town, utterly destroyed by horrifying monsters the locals call Tornado Eaters. The town is past saving but the threat remains—it will take all the Society can throw at them and even that might not be enough. Readers, and Sal, will finally get their first look at just what heat Team One is packing . . . but quickly learn that words wreak more havoc than even the most imaginative weapons. This episode is brought to you by team-writer Brian Francis Slattery who once again brings the Weird, this time to the West—but it’s not all fun and monsters in Oklahoma and the Society’s toll of life and limb is rising.

The Life of the Afterlife in the Big Sky State

The Life of the Afterlife in the Big Sky State
Author: Ellen Baumler
Publsiher: U of Nebraska Press
Total Pages: 248
Release: 2021-06
Genre: History
ISBN: 9781496226938

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The Life of the Afterlife in the Big Sky State is a groundbreaking history of death in Montana. It offers a unique, reflective, and sensitive perspective on the evolution of customs and burial grounds. Beginning with Montana's first known burial site, Ellen Baumler considers the archaeological records of early interments in rock ledges, under cairns, in trees, and on open-air scaffolds. Contact with Europeans at trading posts and missions brought new burial practices. Later, crude "boot hills" and pioneer graveyards evolved into orderly cemeteries. Planned cemeteries became the hallmark of civilization and the measure of an educated community. Baumler explores this history, yet untold about Montana. She traces the pathway from primitive beginnings to park-like, architecturally planned burial grounds where people could recreate, educate their children, and honor the dead. The Life of the Afterlife in the Big Sky State is not a comprehensive listing of the many hundreds of cemeteries across Montana. Rather it discusses cultural identity evidenced through burial practices, changing methods of interments and why those came about, and the evolution of cemeteries as the "last great necessity" in organized communities. Through examples and anecdotes, the book examines how we remember those who have passed on.