Trepidation Trail

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When Clay Anderson signed on as a scout for Asa Clark’s wagon train, it was partly because Asa was his father’s friend, and partly to be near Asa’s beautiful daughter, Lucetta. Now, he was fast learning why the Oregon Trail was also known as the trepidation trail.

“Rustlers, horse thieves, war parties, and just plain no-good scoundrels, Trepidation Trail is a western designed to entertain the avi More

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About Gary Crawford

Gary Crawford is a retired educator and author of the popular Sam ‘Mac’ McCloud, private investigator novels. A former sports writer, Crawford was awarded a fellowship to the University of Maryland Journalism Department. A native Californian, Crawford and his wife, Debbie, live on a ranch between the rural towns of Newman and Gustine, in the Central Valley of California. The historical western, Trepidation Trail, about an 1865 wagon train on the Oregon/California trail is his first novel in this genre, one of his favorites. You may contact Gary at: www.swedecrawford.com.

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John Whelan reviewed on May 7, 2020

Purely personal and if you believe in the American dream you might even enjoy it. The word epic comes to mind but it isn't a poem. It is very black and white. There are only good people and bad people. I'll let you guess which side of the line the native Indians are on. Tedious is another word I might use to describe it.

I must confess I did skim it so may have missed some redeeming features.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
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