Having the God-given right to roam and live free is the creed by which mountain men Henry and Lucas McCarty live. In the 1820s, however, America's free-roaming western frontier slithers with vile brutality and devilish conditions. When the brothers encounter a severely beaten Indian maiden, matters become personal, especially for Lucas. After finding out a band of cutthroat Indians are wreaking havoc across the frontier, the brothers must stop the renegades and try to prevent what could become a bloody massacre of an unwary Shoshone village. Bonus: Excerpt from the short story Grizzly Rendezvous.
This ebook is approximately 30 standard book pages.
Titles within the series:
Brothers of the Mountain (self-titled)
Blood on the Prairie
Brothers of the Mountain is a developing series of standalone adventures that depict the lives of fictional trappers/brothers Henry and Lucas McCarty. Each story not only portrays extreme action and adventure, but also represents the special breed of men who were willing to risk their lives in the adverse and hostile conditions of America's western frontier in the 1820s and 30s.