A Novel of the Modern West
By Joel H. Bernstein
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Buck Cooper was a confused and uncertain cowboy. After more than a dozen years of fighting long winters, the droughts, and the emptiness of Montana, he was at long last headed back to his beloved New Mexico, hoping it would finally be the culmination of a dream he had been nurturing for years. All he wanted to do was see the sun for the whole year and never again endure winter for eight long months. Was it the right move? Only time would tell.
Joel H. Bernstein has been a tenured college professor, writer, bareback rider, cowboy and rancher for more than fifty years in Wyoming, Montana, Arizona and New Mexico. He has been involved with rodeo as a contestant, college rodeo coach, producer, and writer. In addition he has been the president of three major western associations and he twice judged the Miss Rodeo Montana pageant and served two terms on the New Mexico State Veterinary Grievance Committee. He was also national director of “Indian Pride on the Move.” He still owns a large ranch overlooking the historic San Rafael Valley in Arizona and now lives with his wife Gail on a smaller place outside Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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