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Sam Claiborne’s spirit roams the mountains and retires with the cougars and the grizzly bears.
Weary of hunting dwindling buffalo, Sam dreams of leaving the high plains in Colorado Territory in the summer of 1872 and returning to his beloved Rocky Mountains.
In search of water, he comes upon the new farming town of Littleton along the South Platte River near Denver. “Just resupply and rest Cactus and Ballou,” he says as he leads his roan horse and Anatolian shepherd into town.
Young Emma Garrison feeds his stomach and his imagination, passing on news of severe drought. “The South Platte’s gone dry along with most of the range ponds. Only water left is in the Latigo Bolson on the Triple–H Ranch, owned by Harland Heller and his son, Hank.”
Sam senses foul play, follows his hunches and turns up dammed waters, untapped oil reserves and dangerous intrigues by devious men.
Heller’s Canal is the beginning; Sam Claiborne’s pursuit of fair play is the end.

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