The author of the best-selling Buckskin Chronicles takes us on an epic journey in the new Stonecroft Saga.
It started as a brother defending the honor of his only sister, but it led to a bloody duel and a young man of a prominent family lying dead in the dirt....
Gabriel Stonecroft, along with his lifelong friend Ezra, the son of the pastor of the African Methodist Episcopal church, at his side, begins the journey to the far wilderness of the West. One man from prominent social standing, the other with a life of practical experience, are soon joined in life-building adventures.
That journey would be fraught with danger, excitement, and adventure as they face bounty hunters, renegade Shawnee and Delaware Indians, and river pirates. The odds are stacked against the two young men that were lacking in worldly wisdom when it came to life on the frontier. But that reservoir of experience would soon be overflowing with firsthand involvement in happenings that even young dreamers could never imagine.
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- Joellan Mullen
I thoroughly enjoyed this story from the first bullet fired to the last bit of scripture. A great start to an exciting adventure. Grabbing book 2 immediately. 🤠
- Donald L. Robertson
Great Western+Great Narrator=Superb Entertainment
B.N. Rundell has written a winner, and found a winner in Scott Miller, the narrator of this book. This is my introduction to Rundell's writing, and I'm thrilled to have found him. He tells a gripping story of good versus evil, while keeping his books free of crude language. He also provides the reader with a taste of romance without descending into blatant sexual situations. This tale follows two young men as they venture from the colonies to the American West. I look forward to hearing more from B.N. Rundell and these young men's adventures. Now I'd like to take a moment more of your time and address the narrator, Scott Miller. First, I love westerns. I have read and listened to many. Of all the narrators I have listened to, Scott Miller is by far the best I have heard. His voice transports you into the story. I shouldn't say voice, because for the different characters you encounter in the story, he has voices that fit each character to a T. He is a Master Narrator, who I look forward to hearing many times over in new narration adventures.