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"Legend of Badger Claw" by Harry Simpson is published
This is the second novel in the exceptional Westward book series
By: The Inspira Group
"Legend of Badger Claw" by Harry Simpson
About the Book:
In the late 1830's, it was told that a Great White Spirit came to the Arapaho people and slew their enemy. Whether true, exaggeration or a myth to scare children, it spread from tribe to tribe, like a plague. Among the Plains Indians of the Kansas Territory, the Legend of Badger Claw was born.
About the Author:
Harry Simpson grew up in eastern Colorado during the 1950's, which was before the age of television. For entertainment, he became an avid reader and continues this lifelong hobby in retirement.
Harry currently lives in Florida and has published two novels previously entitled "I Must Survive" and "Westward: The Journey of Adolf Nagel".
Excerpt from the Book:
"In the northwest corner of Missouri, six teenage cousins decided to go westward into the untamed Kansas Territory. They were fed up with the feud between their families and the Estes Clan, which had been going on so long none remembered when it started or why. They were tired of killing or being killed simply because of this feud. One of these cousins was Jake Elder.
Jake's mom and aunts had taught him to read and he read everything he could find and also listened to the stories told by older generations. As with most young boys, he particularly was attracted to the ones about battles and to the various weapons used. From the combination of his imagination and his unusual strength, he took a household tool, the broad ax, and made it into a weapon. He liked the feel of the slightly bowed thirty inch handle and increased the cutting blade to eighteen inches and increased the weight by four pounds.
He did not know that he had taken the first step in creating the Legend of Badger Claw."
"Legend of Badger Simpson" by Harry Simpsonis available in paperback from Amazon.com at:
and the e-book version can be downloaded from:
Press/Media Contact Details:
Darin Jewell, Managing Director
The Inspira Group Literary Agency
Tel. +44 208 292 5163
The Inspira Group