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The Long Trail

by T.H. Bear

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ISBN 978-1-60452-089-7

Softback, 660 pp

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The Owl Hoot Trail Book Three

The Long Trail

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The reader found in Book One of The Owl Hoot Trail: Gold in the Red Desert, Clifford Brown had fled his home state of Georgia ahead of a murder warrant for a man who had actually been killed by a corrupt appointed official.

His travels allowed him to be in the right place at the right time, to witness another murder, also by dishonest men in power, although the second killing took place on the great plains of the Wyoming Territory.

Book Two, The Withlacoochee Renegades, is the story of their return to Georgia during times many considered more horrible than the war itself, “The Unholy Reconstruction Period,” where Corruption outnumbered Christianity in the Occupational Government.

Clifford received a telegram telling of the murder of one of his brothers and the threat of the same to his other brother and father.

The Final Book in the Saga of T.H. Bear’s Trilogy, The Owl Hoot Trail.

In Book Three, we follow Cliff as he pursues his arch enemy, John M. Tidwell, the man who killed Nadine and countless others who were Reb’s friends.

In dogged pursuit, Reb will not falter until he has reached his goal to go face to face with John Tidwell and to do justice for those he loved, those he fought with, and mostly for Nadine.


T.H. Bear is an author of Historical Novels, Cowboy Action adventure tales, Murder Mystery thrillers and is just plain the damnedest story teller since Louis L'Amour or Zane Gray graced our hearts and minds through the window of our eyes.  

Come ride with us on a quest for knowledge as we investigate the soul that makes up this complex yet so common a man that if you shared with him a seat on a Boeing or Western Electric rail car you would never suspect seated beside you was 'The Story Teller.'