The year was 1881, an' young Ruben Beeler was makin' his way along near the Missouri River, findin' work when he could an' livin' the only life he knew. When he come on ol' Arliss Hyatt, beat to hell an' near shot to death, Rube done what he could for him. He didn't know that act of kindness was gonna wind up changin' his whole life, but it did.
Green as grass, Rube was a long way from bein' any kind of pistoleer or shootist, but when Marshal Marion Daniels come on him an' Arliss, an' needed help with the Duncan bunch for what they'd done, that tussle growed Rube up right quick. He stopped driftin', found friends worth lookin' up to, an' a young woman that was right admirable. Then a town in trouble put him behind a badge of his own, an' Rube done things he never thought he'd have to do. Life got tough. For the sake a Marion, Arliss, an' Miss Harmony, it come time for him to root hog or die, on the Deer Run Trail.
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Lewis' narration, rich characters along and an uncommonly good sense of humor never seems to stall as he creates a western series that i hope has a lot more books to come. Very entertaining.
I am a fairly decent person, but I just can't stand the new review format. I hope you all can return to sanity and go back to the old one.
A couple of things that are a bit unusual about David R. Lewis books: One, I give a wide berth to books under 8 hours and rarely buy one. And B, I never, well mostly never buy a book read by the author. The exceptions to rule B are Neil Gaimon and this author, David R. Lewis. I cannot imagine his books read by anyone else. The humor is a little hokey and homespun but pleasant to listen to and the main players sure have some sand. Lewis' books are westerns so if you are agin oaters, they may not suit you. But if you like them, then you have struck gold here. I have bought all three of his books and though they are stand alone reads, there is a timeline. If you want to start at the beginning, then get this title, Dear Run Trail first, Then Nodaway Trail and finally Calico Trail. They are all worth the credit and I can't wait til my mind clouds a bit and I can enjoy them again.
This book is a great story and David R. Lewis the Author and Narrator does a great job.
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