Mountain Honor (2001)
LIFE AND DEATH ARE NOTHING -- WITHOUT HONOR
After decades of hiding in the Colorado Rockies from those who falsely branded him an outlaw, mountain man Gordon Hawkes and his kin find their peace disturbed by old enemies -- and new dangers. There's trouble brewing between the U.S. Army and the Cheyenne Nation, whom Hawkes considers almost family. As the white man breaks treaty after treaty, the Cheyenne have finally had enough and ready themselves for war.
Approached by the man who first forced him to become a fugitive, Hawkes agrees to serve as peacemaker between the two warring nations -- until he realizes that the Indians are already being slaughtered, and the army has no intention of stopping short of total extermination.
Now Gordon Hawkes must risk his family, his freedom, and his life to finally restore his honor ....
October 15, 2015
2001 by Jason Manning
Signet Books (New York)
The fifth novel in the six-book Mountain series, and a solid entry in the saga Gordon Hawkes.