"They say a man can't escape his past, which is true in most cases,...because, without having lived his reputable past, Upshur may not have gotten his son back and would have failed anyway, if not for the ancient Choctaw! The Indians saved Willy's life and in gratitude, Upshur gave his promise that should they ever need him, he would come.
Thinking he would never have to keep the promise, he gave his word! But three months after bringing Willy home, his new friends were in trouble of a kind they could not fight alone and hope to win. An army of treasure hunters had descended on Devil Mountain, and they had a map to a fabulous gold mine.
What could he do that an army of ghostly warriors could not? Not knowing the answer, he took a friend back with him,...but could they succeed? Would this mean the end to the Ancient Ones,...if so, where would they go? Their work was cut out for them, and the mystery of Devil Mountain was far from over as they would discover. What lay hidden beneath Devil Mountain, and why was it so unbelievable? What was the evil White Buffalo spoke of, and could they prevent it from escaping?"
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Published July 31, 2009
Westerns, Literature & Fiction.