Westward The Wilderness (Stonecroft Saga Book 3)

Westward The Wilderness (Stonecroft Saga Book 3)

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B.N. RUNDELL KEEPS YOU COMING BACK FOR MORE IN BOOK THREE OF THE FAST-MOVING STONECRAFT SAGA.

Osage, Kansa, Otoe, were all tribes west of the Mississippi and dwelt directly in the path of the two friends determined to escape the bounty hunters from Philadelphia and to explore the uncharted wilderness of the west. But when they encounter former French Voyageurs turned slave traders that take Pawnee women captive, their purposes take a turn. But slave-traders are nothing compared to the Omaha and Ponca tribes that have the market cornered on all trade from the Missouri and North Platte Rivers.

But Gabe Stone and Ezra Blackwell, lifetime friends and companions on this journey of discovery, find themselves befriending the Omaha and Ponca and then suddenly paired with the daughter of the most powerful chief in the territory. With every turn they meet a new challenge and just when they think they’re on their way into the uncharted wilderness, they are faced with a new challenge, the like of which they never imagined. Confronted by a company of Soldado de cuera, the exclusive corps of the Spanish Empire, and a band of Maroons made up of runaway and freed slaves, they have to make a choice that could mean the end of their journey, if not their lives.

Can two men really make a difference in a battle such as this?

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    Westward The Wilderness (Stonecroft Saga Book 3) Reviews

  • Donadee's Corner

    Bob Rundell – Stonecroft Saga Bk 3 – Westward The Wilderness – Reviewed 3/5/20 – Read 3/2/20Leaving friends, making friends, protecting friends and saving friends, another day in the uncharted...

  • Ian Denner

    GoodI am honestly in a little bit of a bother describing and even rating these books. I’m enjoying them, they are an hour or two of reading, but then in the end I feel that there are not really a lo...

  • Frank

    This volume of Westward The Wilderness continues and if you enjoy history of the American West before 1830 you will like this book. The main characters Gabe and Ezra rescue some Indians captured by Fr...

  • J C BUNN

    Fantastic SeriesGo back in time when the country was wild and unexplored by the white man. Gabe and childhood friend Ezra set out on an adventure of a lifetime fighting pirates, Indians and French tra...

  • pete miesch

    Westward The WildernessWestward the wildernessThis was an interestering book with historical fiction thrown in. It kept my attention and wanted to see the next chapter. However it didn’t leave me wa...

  • Gary Paternoster

    Very interesting readThis series is apparently well researched. As a historian, much is accurate. However, there should have been a more qualified editor. This did not detract from my pleasure in the ...

  • Phyllis Rundell

    This is Book #3 in the Stonecroft series and is another action packed story of the Old West from this author. The character development is excellent; the historical research accurate; and the heartfel...

  • Mike Bawden

    Learning and Growing As Gabe and Ezra keep on their Westward trek they encounter numerous tribes and their knowledge of the land and the nature of various Indian groups is incredible. Learning of natu...

  • Larry Killebrew

    Slavery... have never read a mountain man book that dealt well with it until now. In a real sense we are all slaves to our masters of greed, self satisfaction, temptations. This book dealt with humans...

  • Jimmy Duncan

    Good storyThe other accounts of buffalo hunting I've read say if you just shoot them, they don't stampede. Of course, riding into them, shooting and yelling would probably cause anything to stampede....