Tomahawk Trail Large Print: A Journey to Apacheria in 1885

Tomahawk Trail Large Print: A Journey to Apacheria in 1885

by Barbara Neville

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Tomahawk Trail Large Print: A Journey to Apacheria in 1885 by Barbara Neville

Do you like action-packed western mysteries?
Cha'a and her snarky friends hit the trail to Arizona Territory; an untamed frontier that's war torn, hard won and ever-changing.
Her boyfriend disappears. There's talk of a lynching. Will they find him alive?
Or will the journey kill them all?
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Tomahawk Trail is a witty, dark, action- packed page turner that will keep you reading to the very last page.
Take a hint of Little Big Man. A skosh of Deadwood. Toss in some Hell on Wheels and stir.
Readers will be interested to trace the books literary lineage through the Sacketts, Lonesome Dove, Hitch & Cole, & the Emersons.
Get this action-packed page turner now. You'll have a blast!
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"...I've read nearly all of Barbara's books and enjoyed their novel and refreshing approach." Dan, Goodreads.
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Contains strong language, violence, sex, nudity; and men and women with the best of intentions behaving very badly.
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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781539791966
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 10/29/2016
Pages: 440
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.98(d)

About the Author

Barbara Neville is an author, an artist and also a rancher, homesteader, cowgirl, artist and mother of two kick ass children. She lives at the arse end of nowhere with various horses, cattle, goats, chickens, guineas, peacocks and Great Pyrenees livestock guardian dogs. She has led an unusual life of adventure, much of it off-grid.
Barb is descended from a long line of adventurous folk. Cowboys, ranchers, prospectors, miners, settlers, homesteaders and inventors. She carries on the long tradition of taking the road less traveled. Her fictional world draws heavily on her own life and the people, places and experiences of previous generations.

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