The Templers

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On April 12, 1861, the Civil War of the United States of America began when the Confederate States of America fired on Fort Sumter. The war officially lasted until April 9, 1865.
Between the beginning and the end of this turbulent time in the United States, many families were torn asunder. The Templers is the story of one of those families. More

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About R. Howard Trembly

R. Howard Trembly is a Navy veteran, pilot, philosopher, professional photographer, and business owner in the Pacific Northwest. In the past he has written nonfiction books and started his career in the field of fiction by writing several short stories, then moved quickly into writing Western mystery novels. At the age of 10, he was the only witness and survivor of a multiple murder, with the murderer doing everything he could to make the boy his fourth victim. R. Howard Trembly uses that experience to bring the antagonist in his books to life, with the realism that will have you looking over your shoulder, as you read each of his novels. After the murders he lived with his uncle on the Tally Ho Ranch where he learned to break horses at the age of 13. He has been married to his wife Karen for over 30 years and has two sons and three grandsons.

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Review by: read more on July 6, 2013 :
A plot with good possibility .Jumps all over needs an editer to help make it more readable. Hope the author puts forth the effort to improve his work.
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Review by: Leo Davis on June 15, 2013 :
This book confused me somewhat. As a Brit,I was expecting an action packed American western, but instead I began reading about the attempted murder of a squirrel and the sexual angst of a young man. Disappointed though I was, I continued to read and was pleasantly surprised to find the action picking up. All in all, this was an enjoyable read, with fleshed-out characters and a believable,compelling plot. Maybe this should have been featured in the Historical category so as not to confuse the reader.
My unsolicited advice would be to open the story with something more compelling than a squirrel hunt. Hunting small, furry rodents must be an American thing. We Brits feed them crisps in our town squares.
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Review by: Sue Erickson on June 12, 2013 :
WOW, I have to say that was a great, great story. The characters were believable and so intense. I loved it. I sure hope there is more to read from you!!!! Maybe a series???
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