Discovery of Destiny (Stonecroft Saga Book 2)

Discovery of Destiny (Stonecroft Saga Book 2)

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AUTHOR OF THE BEST-SELLING BUCKSKIN CHRONICLES SERIES TAKES US ON AN EPIC JOURNEY IN BOOK TWO OF THE STONECROFT SAGA

Two friends committed to one another and their destiny of exploring the wilderness known as French Louisiana. A land that would soon become the Louisiana Purchase and a part of the growing nation of the United Colonies. But another man, wealthy, influential and vindictive is determined to see Gabriel Stonecroft pay the ultimate price for the death of his son, a ne’er do well troublemaker who surrendered his life in a duel with Stonecroft. After a perilous journey down the Ohio River aboard a flatboat, the two friends now set out to explore the west. But local toughs in the young town of New Madrid pick a fight and earn nothing but wounds and a grudge, a grudge that will be nursed by bounty hunters that seek to collect the sizable reward offered for the head of this young, would-be explorer.

But when they find a runaway captive of the Pawnee, and fight alongside the Osage Warriors, the most feared fighters in the new land, the plans of the two friends take a drastic detour. Land-locked pirates team up with bounty hunters and renegade Indians to do their best to permanently change the plans of the two adventuresome friends. And when women enter the picture, everything changes.

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    Discovery of Destiny (Stonecroft Saga Book 2) Reviews

  • Jim Wesberry

    It is a rare privilege and pleasure to come across books that are not only historically entertaining but also clean of profanity and sex and well worth readiing like this one and its predecessor....

  • Donadee's Corner

    Bob Rundell – Stonecroft Saga Bk 2 – Discovery of Destiny – Reviewed 2/9/20 – Read 2/4-6/20Only Gabriel Stonecroft could find a woman in the middle of nowhere that needs help, a white knight!A...

  • Vern

    The stories are fun, the characters are cool enough, very predictable outcomes. The development and story lines are almost as if they are written from a how to write outline. The two main characters G...

  • Ian Denner

    Good frontier story This was a really good follow up story to the first book, although I’m just wondering if this bounty hunting theme is going to be a recurring theme in the series? In the beginnin...

  • Jill Rowles

    enjoyable read I read the first book in this series and very much enjoyed reading it, so when the second book was on offer I bought it and it did not disappoint me! The two books can be read alone or ...

  • Beth

    Well written and researched. The author did his homework before writing this book.Knowledge of the country,Indians,and weapons is very good. The habits of mankind is well displayed in this book. The k...

  • Mike Bawden

    Moving while learning Gabe and Ezra are not only committed friends but fellow students of the West and the ways and understanding of the Native Tribes. The hostilities as well as friendships they make...

  • Phyllis Rundell

    This is a wonderful story of two friends, Gabriel and Ezra, who traveled to explore the wilderness known as French Louisiana, which later became a part of the Louisiana Purchase. The story is full of ...

  • Robert C. smith

    A Most Enjoyable Realistic Feeling Journey!Rundell has a special knack of bringing characters and scenes to life in the various journeys of his novels as we readers feel like we're there in person! On...

  • Martha Peebles

    Stone Croft Saga 📖 2The only thing wrong with these books is I finish them to soon. The author makes you want to turn the page to see what happens next but you dread getting to the end of the 📖 ...