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It was a chance for a new beginning and a better life for a wagon train of hopefuls leaving the war-torn South to relocate in Kansas. Unfortunately, new enemies and old habits die hard, and the truth can come to mean very little. Out-manned and out-gunned, Ruben, Marion, and Homer put their lives on the line as they saddle up and fight for what is right on the Glory Trail.

©2017 David R. Lewis (P)2017 David R. Lewis

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amazing

My absolute favorite writer and narrator in the audio book field once I start I can't stop till it's over.

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Superb

If there is a better story teller in American history then I don’t know who that is. Lewis performs as well as he writes and has built character that you come to love. Well done

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Great to visit Deer Run and to get back on the trail with pards.

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THANK YOU KINDLY MR. LEWIS

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Thank you kindly Mr. Lewis. I've been waiting for number 8 and. like all the ones before, it didn't disappoint.
You do a great job of the narration Sir, and I'd like you to know that your voice has been heard all over a greater part of Australia, whilst I drive loooong distances.
When I was a boy, the books of Biggles were my constant companions along with my horse and dogs. I lived in a remote part of the world.
Your "Trail" series could well reach that experience for me in my old age. They are a comfort to me.
Now that Miss Harmony has a daughter, and Marian has his home, it might be time for a fourth musketeer (as it were), and the series will go on and on.
Keep up the good work Mr. Lewis. I bet there are a lot like me.