John D. Nesbitt lives in the plains country of Wyoming, where he teaches English and Spanish at Eastern Wyoming College.
John D. He has had more than thirty books published, including short story collections, contemporary novels, and traditional westerns, as well as textbooks for his courses.
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Black Diamond Rendezvous by John D. Nesbitt (eBook). Nesbitt grew up in the farm and ranch country of northern California, where . Four traditional western novels, One-Eyed Cowboy Wild, Twin Rivers, Wild Rose of Ruby Canyon, and Black Diamond Rendezvous, have been published in hardbound, large print, and paperback. Nesbitt grew up in the farm and ranch country of northern California, where he worked in the fields for many years as he went through school. He earned a bachelor’s degree at UCLA and then a master’s and a doctorate at UC Davis. He has also brought out four short story collections, including Antelope Sky, a collection of modern West stories, and Seasons in the Fields, a collection of stories about rural California.
Devon, an artist, came to the isolated little town to paint the old church. Tom Fielding rides headlong into trouble when he helps some small ranchers stand up to the big cattlemen who are trying to push them around. Instead he became caught up in a web of passion, power and murder.
Black Diamond Rendezvous. John offers workshops, classes, and individual sessions, and he also does translation and court interpreting. One-eyed cowboy wild. For Michael Kearns, long-time friend of the high trails. Chapter One. As he came around a curve in the trail, swaying with the motion of his horse, Tom Fielding caught a view of the valley below the rim.