The Legendary Mountain Man

Paperback - 2018
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Johnstone Justice. Made in America.
An ordinary boy with extraordinary dreams. A man whose legend spreads across the frontier. Ride the epic saga of an American hero and the battles that forged his soul in these classic tales in the legendary Preacher series.
In 1812, a boy filled with wanderlust and courage runs away from home, westward, into a vast, dangerous land. Along the way he learns the rule of the frontier: do whatever it takes to survive. By the time the boy—now a young man—is hired to lead a wagon train through the last leg of the Oregon Trail, he has acquired a nickname known throughout the West: Preacher. Armed with a long gun, he is as fierce as the land itself. 
For the brave pioneers who are counting on this mountain man to lead them to a Northwest paradise, the Preacher’s cunning and fighting skills will mean the difference between life and death. But even Preacher can’t see all the dangers ahead, or how his legend as a frontiersman will lead him into the most violent fight of all . . .

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By the time he is hired to lead a wagon train through the final stretch of the Oregon Trail, the young man who ran away from home into the untamed West has earned the nickname Preacher, but his reputation draws dangers he is unprepared to face.

Publisher: New York, NY : Pinnacle Books, Kensington Publishing Corp., [2018]
ISBN: 9780786044832
Branch Call Number: Western Johnstone Pbk
Characteristics: 560 pages ; 18 cm


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