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About B.N. Rundell
Born into a ranching/rodeo family, Bob is the youngest of seven boys. After careers in business, insurance, and 30 years as a Baptist pastor, Bob retired to pursue his dream of writing. In his first year he wrote two #1 bestsellers (Star Dancer and To Keep a Promise) and continues to add to the Buckskin Chronicles series with all the books reaching the top 10 in bestsellers rank! His exciting stories are set in the mid 19th century as historical westerns and are true to history in every detail. He continues to add to the series and now also is branching out to stand alone westerns based on real characters with exciting action and extraordinary plots and supporting characters.
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BEST-SELLING AUTHOR B.N. RUNDELL DRAWS YOU INTO THE HEART OF THE OLD WEST.
The journey begins when Jeremiah Thompsett comes of age and accepts the responsibility of fulfilling his mentor's long-held dream. Raised by an escaped slave amid the Arapaho nation in the Wind River mountains, he now must track down the slave catchers that killed his adopted father and stole their cache.
“A beautiful page-turning and action filled story of the old west with its minute-to-minute danger and a glimpse into the sophisticated old south.” – Reader
Ride into the western country with an array of characters who must overcome unimaginable obstacles in order to prove the making of a man and determine what fate lies before them.
“I have read hundreds of westerns and these are among the very best.” – Reader
Buckskin Chronicles: The Complete Series includes – To Keep a Promise, To the Tall Timber, To the Absaroka, To the Bighorns, To the Medicine Bow, To the Sierra Madre, To the Cache La Poudre, To the Overland Trail, To the Sangre De Cristo and To the San Juan.
BEST-SELLING AUTHOR B.N. RUNDELL TAKES YOU ON AN EPIC JOURNEY THROUGH THE OLD WEST IN THIS ACTION-PACKED 5-BOOK WESTERN COLLECTION.
After a bloody duel leaves one man dead, Gabriel Stonecroft along with his life-long friend, Ezra, are determined to leave town. A journey to the far wilderness of the west would soon begin.
One man from prominent social standing, the other with a life of practical experience, are soon joined in life building adventures.
“A fun fast paced book. Perfect for the outdoors history loving reader.” – John Theo Jr., author of the Brandon Hall Mysteries.
Danger, excitement and never-ending adventure will follow the two friends as they face bounty hunters, river pirates and renegade Indians. With every turn they meet a new hurdle and just when they think they’re on their way into the uncharted wilderness, they are faced with a new challenge, the like of which they never imagined.
Stonecroft Saga Volume One includes: Escape to Exile, Discovery of Destiny, Westward the Wilderness, Moonlight and Mountains and Raiders of the Rockies.
Holding on to the dream of living in the Rocky Mountains that Tatum shared with his father, he begins his journey—a journey that takes him through the lands of the Osage and Kiowa and ultimately to the land of the Comanche. Now he has a family, and the wilderness makes many demands on anyone that tries to master the mountains…
“Rundell's Rocky Mountain Saint series is marvelous and inspiring.” – Reader
Follow Tate Saint, man of the mountains, on his journey from boyhood to manhood where he faces everything from the wilds of the wilderness to forces of nature and historic wars.
Rocky Mountain Saint: The Complete Series includes – Journey to Jeopardy, Frontier Freedom, Wilderness Wanderin’, Mountain Massacre, Timberline Trail, Pathfinder Peril, Wapiti Widow, Vengeance Valley, Renegade Rampage, Buffalo Brigade, Territory Tyranny, Winter Waifs, Mescalero Madness and Dine’ Defiance.
It was nothing more than a re-supply trip to Santa Fe, but an encounter with the Tabeguache Ute and the Caputa Ute changed the course of their journey. It wasn’t until they came upon the massacre at a Mexican Hacienda and the subsequent attack from a rampaging band of renegade Jicarilla Apache, that they would uncover a prospering trade in captives and slaves that would raise the ire of both Gabe and Ezra.
When a garrison of Mexican Soldados and one particular officer intervenes, things are not as they would first appear. Their purpose was derailed when an unexpected ambush by Apache would prompt a rescue expedition. When all is complicated by the intervention of slave traders, Comancheros, and the perpetrators masking as Mexican Soldados, only then does a simple re-supply journey become a vengeance quest, and all the blood that would flow would not be Apache!
This historical western series will have you gasping for air and capture your heart.
They had rescued a young Nez Percé warrior from the warring Blackfoot and were bound on a journey to take him home to his people. The vast land of the Bitterroot Mountains and the badlands that lay at their feet, held more obstacles than they expected.
It was to prove to be a treacherous journey, fraught with natural disasters and conflicts with familiar foes. But when confronted with evil of another sort, an evil that sought to destroy their very own, it became kill or be killed, and blood would soon paint the mountains and the plains of the wilderness.
Yet even in the most challenging times, friends can be found, and old acquaintances renewed. But it takes more than friendship and new allies to dispel the wickedness that comes from darkness of malevolence. And when vengeance drives the demented, can there be deliverance? When women warriors prove their mettle, anything can happen, and usually does.
The bloody waters at the lake’s edge told of the destruction of the Kutenai village. Dead bodies were strewn about, smoke curled from burning lodges, and the war cries of screaming Blackfoot warriors followed the war party from the scene of death and destruction.
It started as a rivalry between two war leaders of the Piikani Blackfoot. Friends since their youth, they both wanted the same woman and were on a quest for honors and loot. One chose to attack the Salish but met more than expected. The second, known as White Eagle, chose to go after the Kutenai and blood flowed. His easy victory over one village drove him to go for a second village, but he had not known of the wrath and vengeance of a dreaded enemy of the Blackfoot known as Spirit Bear.
Together with his battle-hardened friend, Black Buffalo, these two were determined to become the personification of vengeance as they pursued the blood thirsty and vengeful Blackfoot war party.
What started as a visit to the families of the women turned into a fight with renegade Apsáalooke warriors. But that was just the beginning of the battles…
After a friendly encounter with the Yapudttka Ute, their journey would take them into the middle of a fight between the Mouache Ute and an expedition of gold hungry Spaniards. The prospectors traveled across the southern tier of the land known as New Spain in search of the Seven Cities of Cibola – the same cities of gold once sought by Coronado – now thought to be in the headwaters of a river in the Sawatch mountains of the Rockies.
When the leader of the Spaniards tries to enslave the band of Utes to dig for gold, it starts a bloody battle. But when Gabe and company learn about captives and the treatment of them as slaves that does not sit well with Ezra who will fight any form of slavery wherever it is found.
Blood will fill the sluice boxes and rivers of the Sawatch Range before this conflict is over!
When the Salish War Leader, Spotted Eagle appeared in the clearing before their cabin, life-long friends Gabe and Ezra weren’t sure what to think. This man had shown himself to be their friend, and now he invited them to join him and the village on a buffalo hunt. With winter just around the corner, it seemed the likely thing to do, but had they known what the journey would bring, they might have had second thoughts…
Gabe and Ezra’s discovery of the massacre of the Paiute village, and the three survivors that told the story, was just the beginning of the fight against the warring Waiilatpus. When the band of raiders also attacked the Salish and fled, it was up to Gabe and Ezra to seek some vengeance and recapture the stolen girls.
A pursuit across the lava beds of the Snake River plains, a fight in the dead of night, a thundering stampede of buffalo and a horde of bugs that shrouded the entire valley, were just the added complications to a simple buffalo hunt, or perhaps more. The unorthodox ways of the two non-native men would earn Gabe more scars, Ezra a new name, the lasting friendship of the Paiute and the gratefulness of the Salish.
B.N. RUNDELL BRINGS YOU ON A CAPTIVATING JOURNEY BEYOND THE FRONTIER OF THE NEW AMERICAN WEST IN THIS 5-BOOK WESTERN COLLECTION.
Readers are calling the series “spellbinding.”
With their new wives by their sides, life-long friends, Gabe and Ezra, set out to discover and explore the mountains and wild country to the north.
Into this journey of great discovery, came a raiding horde of Blackfoot that sought to kill, maim, destroy and take captives from lesser tribes. When Gabe and Ezra make friends with the Shoshone, they are caught up in the war between the peoples and the price that is to be paid, maybe more than they are willing to give.
Continuing on proved to be a treacherous journey, fraught with natural disasters and conflicts with familiar foes. But when confronted with evil of another sort, an evil that sought to destroy their very own, it became kill or be killed, and blood would soon paint the mountains and the plains of the wilderness.
Stonecroft Saga Volume Two includes: Uncharted Territory, Riding the River, Shoshone Summer, Winter Warpath and Bitterroot Badlands.
Gabe and company spent the winter with the Mouache Ute but the buffalo hunt was watched by a hunting party of Yaparuhka Comanche. That hunting party soon became a raiding party and the blood began to flow.
When the Northern Arapaho descend on the plains, the bitter enemies of the Comanche riled the warriors bent on vengeance to attack the Arapaho, and warriors died. But the cry for vengeance was directed at the white man and his people that were responsible for the deaths of Comanche warriors.
The quest for vengeance was misdirected and again the stench of death would fill the air.
What started as a joyous reunion of friends, soon became one of the most challenging periods of their lives. Chosen as scouts for the Kuccuntikka village of the Shoshone for their trek to the grand encampment of the Shoshone, their encounter with the scouts from the Tukkutikka band would set them on a different course altogether. When Gabe meets the war leader of the other band, he is challenged at every turn by the woman warrior, his equal on every count. But when they are attacked by Blackfoot, a battle rages…
When a raiding party of Hidatsa warriors strike another band of Shoshone, an old friend, the war leader of the Agaideka Shoshone, asks Gabe and Ezra to join in the vengeance party to rescue the five captive girls, one of whom is his niece known as Sacajawea. But raiding Blackfoot and Hidatsa war parties were not the only challenges for the two explorers. When a jealous Shoshone warrior tries to take the place of the woman warrior war leader and seeks vengeance, the fight rages with both the war leader known as Cougar Woman and her new mate, Spirit Bear – also known as Gabe Stonecroft.
It was supposed to be a cozy winter in their new cabin, but it started with a cantankerous silvertip grizzly wreaking havoc on everything. That would prove to be the least of their problems in the coming winter…
After a trading foray to visit their neighbors, the Salish, two days north, everything seemed to get turned upside down. They found themselves in contested territory with a band of honor seeking young bucks from the Siksika band that sought to gain scalps and captives from their sworn enemies, the Salish. And that wasn’t enough to upset their peaceful plans, but when Gabe, or Spirit Bear, found out the Blackfoot had stolen the mares bred by his stallion and were carrying foals that belonged to him, it became personal.
“Excitement, daring hardship, combined with a Christian edge, makes this a very captivating, page turning story.”