Green River Rendezvous (1993)
THE LEGEND THAT FOUGHT LIKE A MAN
Zach Hannah was a legend of courage, skill, and strength, even among fellow mountain men. To the Crow Indians he was a favored friend, to the Blackfeet he was a hated foe, to former friend Sean Devlin he was a rival to be destroyed, and to the American Fur Company he stoof tall in the way of their scheme to rob the Rockies of their fabulous wealth in pelts. With his beloved wife Morning Sky at his side, a hardbitten team under his command, a Hawken rifle and a hunting knife in his hands, and treacherous enemies shadowing his every move, Zach Hannah faced the most deadly native tribe in the West and the most brutal brigade of trappers ever to make the high country a killing ground.
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July 23, 2015
1993 by Jason Manning
Signet Books (New York)
Second in the High Country trilogy, a number of sub-plots that seemed to dovetail pretty nicely, and the end result was a solid sequel to the first book, I thought.