BRASADA BY DON JOHNSON ISBN 0-9666721-2-7 GoldenIsle Pub.2395 Hawkinsville Hwy. Eastman, GA 31023 In the latter days of the Civil War, the lifeline of the south was made up of wagon trains loaded with cotton bound for the neutral ports of Mexico. This cotton, traded for gold or hard foreign currency, kept the Confederacy solvent. However, Mexican outlaws headed by vicious bandit chief, Santiago, attack. The gold is hidden, the war ends, Santiago hates Lance Morgan and his family, and the gold becomes a magnet attracting dangerous men from all sides.
This report prepared by Fern Smith-Brown