The Deer Run Trail

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When Ruben Beeler found Arliss Hyatt near shot to death, he didn’t know his life was fixin’ to change. Green as grass, Rube was a long way from bein’ any kind of pistoleer or shootist, but Marshal Marion Daniels needed help with that Duncan bunch an’ growed Rube up right quick. Then a town in trouble put him behind a badge of his own, an’ it come time to root hog or die, on the DEER RUN TRAIL. More

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Published: March 15, 2012
Words: 72,470
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452475400
About David R Lewis

A cop, artist, musician, firearms instructor, fishing guide, public speaker, ranch hand, radio personality and novelist, David R. Lewis has seen life through many eyes and from many perspectives. From childhood on the banks of the Sangamon River to adulthood on a metropolitan police department, through hardscrabble years deep in the Ozark Mountains to working in broadcasting, David has gathered a wealth of life experience that is as evident in his words as it is on his face.
David lives with his wife, Laura, in the country outside Kansas City on seven miles of bad road, where he watches turkeys, dodges deer, argues with two Australian cattle dogs, and devotes his time to writing.

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Review by: eugene creig on Sep. 25, 2013 : star star star star star
5.0 out of 5 stars ON THE DEER RUN TRAIL, September 5, 2013
This review is from: Deer Run Trail [LegacyTitleID: 32174491]
I could write a one word review for this book.., Fun! What else are you looking for? When you combine writing genius with masterfully creative narration, this is the end result. Fun. See ya ON THE TRAIL stranger! Brice C.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Michael O'Gara on June 25, 2013 : star star star star star
I was recently provided a complimentary copy of Deer Run Trail – David R Lewis for an honest review. I will be the first to admit I have only read a few books of the Western genre. If they were all as good as this one, I would read a lot of them. I think novelists should be good story tellers and David is!

For me reading Deer Run Trail was like being masterfully drawn through a window in time and I went willingly. The author’s creative use of a point of view was excellent and led me to readily accept the book’s virtual reality. It was easy to become drawn into the interesting story line. The nice balance between story line and characters made this an easy read. This is a book I did not want to put down and I finished it in two sittings on the same day.

The book’s pacing was just right so the story line did not lag and yet the characters were believable and interesting. The dialogue added to the period feel of the book and was very well done. The writing was of very good quality.

In summary I give this book 5 Stars and recommend it not only to fans of the Western genre but to others who are adventurous.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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