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Wilderness Double Edition #7

Mountain Manhunt / Tenderfoot

Wilderness

by David Robbins

eBook
Mountain ManhuntBefore there were laws, taxes and the pollution of so-called civilization, a free man could go to breathe the pure air of liberty in the vast, untamed Rockies. There, Nathaniel King and other rugged mountain men were always willing to lend struggling settlers a helping hand. But when Nate freed Solomon Cain from an Indian death trap, the apparently innocent man repaid his kindness by leaving him stranded in the wilds. Only with the help of a Ute brave who sought vengeance against Cain could Nate set right the mistake he had made. Cain deserved more than death. He deserved wilderness justice!TenderfootRugged and independent, the mountain men who lived in the savage Rockies needed great courage just to survive. Not a day passed without wild animals, deadly cutthroats or hostile elements threatening to destroy them. To protect their homes and families, Nathaniel King and other settlers taught their sons the skills that would help them battle their enemies. But young Zach King was still a tenderfoot when vicious Indians captured his father. If Zach hadn't learned his lessons well enough to save him, then Nate's only hope would be a quick death.

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Publisher: Piccadilly Publishing

Kindle Book

  • Release date: January 31, 2017

OverDrive Read

  • ISBN: 9781370507924
  • File size: 696 KB
  • Release date: January 31, 2017

EPUB eBook

  • ISBN: 9781370507924
  • File size: 740 KB
  • Release date: January 31, 2017

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Kindle Book
OverDrive Read
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Languages

English

Mountain ManhuntBefore there were laws, taxes and the pollution of so-called civilization, a free man could go to breathe the pure air of liberty in the vast, untamed Rockies. There, Nathaniel King and other rugged mountain men were always willing to lend struggling settlers a helping hand. But when Nate freed Solomon Cain from an Indian death trap, the apparently innocent man repaid his kindness by leaving him stranded in the wilds. Only with the help of a Ute brave who sought vengeance against Cain could Nate set right the mistake he had made. Cain deserved more than death. He deserved wilderness justice!TenderfootRugged and independent, the mountain men who lived in the savage Rockies needed great courage just to survive. Not a day passed without wild animals, deadly cutthroats or hostile elements threatening to destroy them. To protect their homes and families, Nathaniel King and other settlers taught their sons the skills that would help them battle their enemies. But young Zach King was still a tenderfoot when vicious Indians captured his father. If Zach hadn't learned his lessons well enough to save him, then Nate's only hope would be a quick death.

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