Three Against the Wilderness by Eric Collier – February WWOBC Review

"Early the next morning I stepped outside the door, listening. Last night the roar of water rushing through the breach was so loud...but now all was quiet and still...Carefully I followed the irrigation ditch up to its source and stepped out onto the dam...And where yesterday there had been a miniature canal scarring the fill,… Continue reading Three Against the Wilderness by Eric Collier – February WWOBC Review

The Virginian Review

It was a curious mild Christmas day, with a sun that only sometimes shone through cloud upon the dry snow of the hills, bringing them to shine of a moment like fresh washed faces, when I first began to read The Virginian. Immediately I realized the telling of its story would be in a past-fashioned… Continue reading The Virginian Review