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Wolf Attack !: The Mountain Man Series Robert M. Johnson

Wolf Attack !: The Mountain Man Series

Robert M. Johnson

Published March 20th 2014
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Kindle Edition
173 pages
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“The wolves began to emit a strange whining sound at that moment and all of them began to chime in. It was a frightening, harrowing sound. It was so powerful that it seemed to penetrate right through to the marrow of your bones. It was as though theMore“The wolves began to emit a strange whining sound at that moment and all of them began to chime in. It was a frightening, harrowing sound. It was so powerful that it seemed to penetrate right through to the marrow of your bones. It was as though the wolves knew they could intimidate you in this way.”After almost two years in the service of his country, scouting for the Army in the California Campaign, the Mountain Man feels ready to settle down on the frontier. From his cabin on the eastern slopes of the Rockies he claims to be able to “See Forever.” Winter has settled in, it is January 1847 and Jeremiah feels the call of a winter hunt. He thinks he knows where a small herd of elk are wintering about fifteen miles into the wilderness of the great mountains.Meeting the winter of the mountains head on, the Mountain Man and his wife are confronted with a fierce competitor: the Rocky Mountain Grey Wolf. Survival becomes the pawn in this game of life and death. The human hunters are outnumbered and outweighed, but surrender is not an option. Join the Mountain Man on this harrowing adventure: Wolf Attack!Robert M. Johnson takes the reader on a journey into a hidden corner of nineteenth century American Life. Long before the saloons and the frontier newspapers, the first settlers had to face the grueling tasks of long winters, severe blizzards and wild predators. Hunting for survival, hunting to eat, was still a way of life for the Mountain Man and his Cheyenne wife. But frontier life was changing fast, settlers were beginning to practice husbandry! Wagon trains are ready to head west in the spring of 1847.