Lewis Dabb grew up in Northern Utah on various farms owned by his father. At an early age he learned to play Spanish and steel guitar and had a love of music most of his life. After marrying he moved to Cache Valley (in Northern Utah) and raised four sons. He was an amateur blacksmith, and a freelance writer. He passed away without seeing any of the stories he wrote in the public domain, but with the advent of E-books his stories can now be shared with the world.
Lew Dabb made a collection of short stories for a few friends and family before he passed away. Two of those stories were published as novella’s on Smashwords. This collection is the remainder of those fiction stories as well as another fiction story found buried in his computer later on. These are Lew Dabb’s ‘Untold Stories’
Cal Wiggins, the fifth son of a London blacksmith and Condo Martin, future pirate, grew up together in London. Many years later they reunite in one last adventure, pitting them against nature and a ruthless merchant ship's captain in a quest for a ship and passage to the wild American west.
In a quest to avenge his father's death, fourth generation blacksmith, Cal Wiggins joins forces with an indian named Monjo. After meeting a beautiful girl, he must try to capture the bad guys, get the girl and find the pirate treasure all without getting himself killed.