Faith Rides a Western Trail by Roy Schneider

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Roy Schneider is the author of many newspaper columns under the title of 'HOME GROWN TALES' Just Ol' Roy.Faith Rides A Western TrailA Novel from the 'Just Ol' Roy' lore filesJay Monroe is a man on a mission to explore the unsettled west. His venture starts out as he encounters and befriends a young Mexican boy named Chico, who has no home or family, and Mel Stanton, a well educated cowboy who is interested in traveling west and documenting his journey. These three new friends find that they share similar values and respect for life and others as well as an interest in heading to Montana. Their journey is documented throughout the book and is based on the author's vast knowledge of plants, animals, Indian Tribes, and terrain. Mel Stanton believes that his faith will lead them safely through Indian Territory while they personally interact with several Indian tribes. Roy Schneider has provided a unique insight into what a trip west might really have been like. You will enjoy the story as you discover interesting facts about the old west and become a part of the trip to Montana.
 

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Published December 29, 2005 by iUniverse, Inc.. 280 pages
Genres: History, Action & Adventure, Westerns, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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