The Wind Blows West;
Little, Brown & Company: 1938.


        Lone wanted to find Missy. Until he found her he couldn’t be happy being just a cowboy – and he couldn’t concentrate on his painting.

        His restlessness took him from Montana to Chicago, then to New York, and inevitably back to the ranch again. Luck threw him in with twelve-year-old “Daniel Boone, Jr.”, a kid whose imagination was saturated with dime novels, and Lone elected himself to straighten him out.

        There were three women in Lone’s life, but Missy was different from the others…

        Bower fans don’t have to be told that this is a fast-moving thriller of the old West that doesn’t let itself be put down unfinished.