"Riders of the Peacemaker Trail" Gallops Out With a Vengeance for Mike Hundley
Mike Hundley, one of the most acclaimed and bestselling Western authors of 2019, will be releasing his latest novel, "Riders of the Peacemaker Trail," later this month—and readers are getting excited.
By: Novel Ideas
This series starts after the Civil War, with Will Garrison taking his family west. Together they build a ranch and battle powerful Indian tribes who have hunted the lands for centuries. A peace feather is offered after a climactic battle. With the Indian tribes and the Garrisons now walking a path of peace, a new threat has emerged… the railroad. Greedy government-backed killers plan to annihilate everyone and claim the land they need to expand their rail lines north across Colorado and into Utah. Their vile, sinister plan is revealed after many fights.
The second book in the series, "Guns Along The Lost Canyon," takes place in 1886 when Colorado rancher, Will Garrison, gets a big bill. He owes years of taxes on his 100,000-acre ranch, but he's dead broke. Garrison sets up to mine silver on his ranch, but it's at 10,000 feet elevation and winter is setting in. As silver ore is blasted from a stone bluff, a gang of gunmen close in and set up camp just miles from the mine. The leader known only as "Barrister" is determined to steal the mine and kill all of the Garrisons.
"Riders of the Peacemaker Trail" promises to develop this popular series and take it in a brand new and creative direction readers will truly enjoy. With Western sales at an all-time high and successes coming from every corner—readers are being given the best of the West today. Brand new stories and hitmaking Western authors are coming from all directions, but one thing stands true. Over the coming months, "Riders of the Peacemaker Trail" should prove to be extremely welcome on Western readers' Kindles around the world.
You can purchase your copy of the first two books in the "Peacemaker Trail" series from Amazon.com. "Riders of the Peacemaker Trail" will be released later in October 2019. You can also learn more by emailing Nick@nickwale.org.