In the story, young Boone’s grandfather is long overdue from a hunting trip. He had set out among the rugged boulders days ago to hunt the wolf that is terrorizing the foothills of Colorado. The family desperately needs the reward money being offered to the man who kills the infamous wolf.
Boone’s heart sinks when he finds his grandfather has been attacked by the wolf the old man had dubbed General E. Lee. Can Boone get his grandpap back to the cabin in time? And can the young man restrain his family from doing what they feel is necessary “for Grandpap’s own good”? When Boone sneaks off to avenge his grandfather, he runs into an even more treacherous opponent.
"Readers will enjoy this book," Sandra states, "as young Boone struggles to prove himself worthy to be called a man; not just any man, but one equal to Grandpap. As the story unfolds, battles rage with the cunning and mystifying wolf, General E. Lee. In the meantime, Boone faces conflicts with nature itself while he wars with emotions toward those closest to his heart."
Sandra Waggoner is a prolific writer who writes children's Christian books. Her previous works include "The Gatlin Fields" four-book series, set in Dodge City, Kansas during The Great Depression:
* 'Maggie's Treasure' - a novel in which Maggie is haunted by the accident that took her mother.
* 'In The Shadow Of The Enemy' - a book in which Maggie is forced to work for the enemy, and could end up being the victim of a dangerous trap.
* 'When Secrets Come Home' - a story in which a baffling question plunges Maggie into a world of suspects and secrets.
* 'After The Dust Settles' - A discovery in the Gatlin mansion teaches Maggie an important truth about God and promises given too freely.
She has also released 'Son of an Honest Man' - a story in which the main character Dustin determines to avenge his mama’s death, even if his daddy is a coward.
Sandra Waggoner is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at email@example.com. All of Waggoner's titles are available at Amazon and Christian Book Distributors other online book retailers. More information is available at her website at http://www.SandraWaggoner.com.
About Sandra Waggoner:
Sandra Waggoner grew up on a farm in western Kansas. She has been writing since she was a child. She still has a poem that she penned around third grade. In junior high she wrote while daydreaming in class. In high school she wrote for the school newspaper. She continues to write today.
Her husband, Greg, has been a pastor for over thirty-six years. As a result of her husband’s ministry she has had the joy of speaking to women at meetings, Mother-Daughter teas and retreats. Sandra has written many skits especially for these occasions. “Even there, God uses me to write,” she said. “I didn’t know that He could do that. What wonderful surprises he has given me.”
She and Greg have four children. Above all else, she is a teacher who loves teaching children.