The Colemans

The Colemans

by Glenn Rogers
     
 

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Western Action Adventure set in Post Civil War America

The young Coleman brothers face unimaginable challenges as they leave the hills of Kentucky for the first time in search of their parents' killers. Though capable young men, Caleb, seventeen, and Zack, fifteen, could not have anticipated the events that awaited them beyond the friendly hills of the

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Western Action Adventure set in Post Civil War America

The young Coleman brothers face unimaginable challenges as they leave the hills of Kentucky for the first time in search of their parents' killers. Though capable young men, Caleb, seventeen, and Zack, fifteen, could not have anticipated the events that awaited them beyond the friendly hills of the Cumberland.
Knowing their father only as an outdoorsman and a Kentucky farmer, they are surprised to learn of his former life as a famous mountain man. Everywhere they stop, it seemed someone knew his name.
Over the next few months, the Coleman brothers would learn that there was a side to their father they knew nothing about. In coping with the harsh realities of life beyond the hills of Kentucky, the brothers also learn a great deal about themselves.

From The Colemans: The Reckoning

Whatever honor may be possible in the seemingly unavoidable conflicts that arise between men of differing ideologies, if indeed there can be any at all, is turned to shame by men who use the conflict to justify brutality and enhance their own personal position. Such was the case April 14, 1865. In Washington, D.C., Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. In the region of Cumberland, Kentucky, a band of renegades dressed as Union soldiers raided several farms, murdering, looting, and burning as they went, setting in motion a chain of events that would forever change the lives of two young men.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780979207266
Publisher:
Glenn Rogers
Publication date:
10/19/2008
Pages:
220
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)

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