Sun River and Bannack

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  • Copyright: 8/26/2014
  • Publisher: Forge Books
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Two classic novels of Skye's West by one of America's great Western storytellers, Richard S. Wheeler.

Sun River
Mister Skye is big, tough, and knows the West as few others do. He's agreed to lead a party of missionaries to the Blackfoot Nation: to get there, they must pass through land controlled by the Crow and patrolled by the Cheyenne; and they must stop fighting among themselves about everything. To get there, the party won't survive at all, without Mister Skye.

Barnaby Skye, a pressed seaman in the Royal Navy, jumps ship at Port Vancouver with little more than the clothes on his back. Fighting for life and starving, he heads inland, falling in with legendary mountain men such as Jim Bridger and Tom "Broken Hand" Fitzpatrick. And in the Rocky Mountains he finds another unexpected turn in his life when he meets Many Quill Woman….

Author Biography

Richard S. Wheeler has written over fifty novels and several short stories. He has won four Spur Awards and the Owen Wister Award for lifetime achievement in the field of western literature.

He lives in the literary and film community of Livingston, Montana, and is married to Professor Sue Hart, of Montana State University-Billings. Before turning to fiction he was a newsman and book editor. He has raised horses and been a wrangler at an Arizona dude ranch.

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