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This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Dylan Ryan arrives in Mexican Texas in early 1836, just as settlers begin to flee before the approaching army of General Santa Anna in what would later be known as, The Runaway Scrape. Already Sam Houston's army of regulars and militia are rallying for the final battle, one that will decide the outcome of the war. As Dylan Ryan rides to join the forces at San Jacinto, he encounters Mort Lems, an older man severely wounded by a band of the notorious Redlanders, outlaws that roam the unpatrolled area of no-man's land between the borders of Louisiana and Texas. Compelled to aid this man and prevent his murder at the hands of thieves willing to torture and kill for Mort's knowledge of the old Spanish trail leading from the Washita Mountains through North Texas where gold is said to be buried, the two embark on a journey to the Red River in far North Texas to seek refuge in the raw wilderness that borders the Indian Territory.When they arrive, they find settlements springing up around every trading post, as homesteaders ferry across the Red River to claim land already promised as hunting grounds to the Indians.It doesn't take very long for a new war to flare, this time between the settlers and the hostile bands intent on reclaiming their old lands. Dylan Ryan joins the ranger forces hired by the trading post owners to protect their interests and learns first-hand the cruel savagery of a war fought not between soldiers, but also by the wives and children who stand by their men against a hostile enemy. Blood Trail is the first book of a series. Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: Dylan Ryan arrives in Mexican Texas in early 1836, just as settlers begin to flee before the approaching army of General Santa Anna in what would later be known as, The Runaway Scrape. Already Sam Houston's army of regulars and militia are rallying for the final battle, one that will decide the outcome of the war. As Dylan Ryan rides to join the forces at San Jacinto, he encounters Mort Lems, an older man severely wounded by a band of the notorious Redlanders, outlaws that roam the unpatrolled area of no-man's land between the borders of Louisiana and Texas. Compelled to aid this man and prevent his murder at the hands of thieves willing to torture and kill for Mort's knowledge of the old Spanish trail leading from the Washita Mountains through North Texas where gold is said to be buried, the two embark on a journey to the Red River in far North Texas to seek refuge in the raw wilderness that borders the Indian Territory. When they arrive, they find settlements springing up around every trading post, as homesteaders ferry across the Red River to claim land already promised as hunting grounds to the Indians. It doesn't take very long for a new war to flare, this time between the settlers and the hostile bands intent on reclaiming their old lands. Dylan Ryan joins the ranger forces hired by the trading post owners to protect their interests and learns first-hand the cruel savagery of a war fought not between soldiers, but also by the wives and children who stand by their men against a hostile enemy. Blood Trail is the first book of a series.

Über den Autor: A sixth generation Texan, the author's family resided in Texas prior to the days of the Texas Revolution. Their stories have been handed down generation to generation, giving the author insight into the customs and way of life in the early settlements and the determination of those brave souls to survive.

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Buchbeschreibung CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2014. Buchzustand: Used. This Book is in Good Condition. Clean Copy With Light Amount of Wear. 100% Guaranteed. Summary: Dylan Ryan arrives in Mexican Texas in early 1836, just as settlers begin to flee before the approaching army of General Santa Anna in what would later be known as, The Runaway Scrape. Already Sam Houston's army of regulars and militia are rallying for the final battle, one that will decide the outcome of the war. As Dylan Ryan rides to join the forces at San Jacinto, he encounters Mort Lems, an older man severely wounded by a band of the notorious Redlanders, outlaws that roam the unpatrolled area of no-man's land between the borders of Louisiana and Texas. Compelled to aid this man and prevent his murder at the hands of thieves willing to torture and kill for Mort's knowledge of the old Spanish trail leading from the Washita Mountains through North Texas where gold is said to be buried, the two embark on a journey to the Red River in far North Texas to seek refuge in the raw wilderness that borders the Indian Territory.When they arrive, they find settlements springing up around every trading post, as homesteaders ferry across the Red River to claim land already promised as hunting grounds to the Indians.It doesn't take very long for a new war to flare, this time between the settlers and the hostile bands intent on reclaiming their old lands. Dylan Ryan joins the ranger forces hired by the trading post owners to protect their interests and learns first-hand the cruel savagery of a war fought not between soldiers, but also by the wives and children who stand by their men against a hostile enemy. Blood Trail is the first book of a series. Buchnummer des Verkäufers ABE_book_usedgood_1495306623

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