Never Come Down by Michelle Black

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This award-winning first novel takes place in the Colorado High Country. For anyone who has ever dreamed of chucking civilization and running away to the remote beauty of the Colorado Rockies, this irreverant romantic mystery story should bring delight.

About Michelle Black

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Michelle Black has done everything with horses as a professional rider, trainer, horse shoer and nutritional consultant. She is also an artist and has loved illustrating the Quincy the Horse series. She was born in Yuma, AZ into a world of horses. She says she was practically born on a horse. When she was 11, her family moved to Australia. Life there required self-sufficiency and independence. Michelle decided to leave Australia when she was 19. She returned to the US to discover where she came from. Although training horses was not a usual career path for young women at that time, she became a successful trainer. She also started to paint. For Michelle, art is a way of expressing herself, whether through the art of horse training or painting and wood carving.
Published January 1, 1996 by Wolf Moon Press. 261 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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Through details in Aunt Grady's letter, Darcy begins to discover something of their common ancestor, Conor McAllister, who came to the Tenmile Canyon a century ago when the area bustled with gold and silver mines.

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