They had settled a bloody score and put the turncoat McAfferty to rest in the snowbound Rockies, Slowly, painfully, the wounded Paddock and Scratch found the way back to the Crow village, where they were welcomed as brother and son. The people of Chief Arapooesh offered rest, healing, and home to the mountain men. Then a misunderstanding over a ...
They had settled a bloody score and put the turncoat McAfferty to rest in the snowbound Rockies, Slowly, painfully, the wounded Paddock and Scratch found the way back to the Crow village, where they were welcomed as brother and son. The people of Chief Arapooesh offered rest, healing, and home to the mountain men. Then a misunderstanding over a beautiful Crow woman drove the friends apart, propelling Scratch into the unforgiving wilderness on a lonely, dangerous quest. Paddock, too ill to travel, was at first unable to follow, unable to explain. But they were destined to meet again and to reaffirm a bond deeper than blood at the historic 1833 Green River Rendezvous. And together they would face an enemy greater than either had ever known.
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Historical fiction is the way to teach history, Terry C Johnston is the best. I have read this series over the years maybe 4 times, each time feels like the first. If you love stories of the history of America or just love westerns/early days in the west you must read the story of Titus Bass, mountain man. Terry describes how they dressed, talked, how they lived and worked each day in vivid detail. The detail of the scenery makes you feel right there. (Terry has walked the land he writes about). What else can I say, if you love historical fiction read about Titus Bass or pick up any Terry C Johnson book and enjoy
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