THE LOST WILDERNESS TALES
DODGE TYLER (AKA: JOHN EDWARD AMES)
John Edward Ames is a prolific American writer of novels, short stories and nonfiction articles and books. Along with the thirteen books in his Dan'l Boone series written under the pseudonym Dodge Tyler, he wrote the eight book Wild Bill series under the pseudonym Judd Cole. Raised in Monroe County, MI, and educated at Eastern Michigan University (B.S. and M.A. in English), Ames taught college English in Colorado and New Mexico before he moved to New Orleans, where he still resides.
A RIVER RUN RED
Known to the colonists as "Boone" and to the Shawnees as "Sheltowee," Daniel Boone seeks revenge on his cousin's killers in the untouched wilderness and will stand alone against an entire army, until his revenge was complete or until he is faced with death.
At the start of the American Revolution, Boone begins his own war on renegade British troops who massacred a tribe of Algonquins, but Boone and his companion soon discover that revenge never comes without a price.
Leading a group of pioneers from St. Louis to Santa Fe, Boone must defend his charges from settler-hating Apache chieftain Yellow Horse and forges a small army of protectors.
Witnessing the fall of many men to gold fever, Dan'l Boone begins a search for treasure on sacred Sioux land and soon finds himself in a deadly battle against hostile Sioux warriors, ferocious animals, and a devastating blizzard.
When a band of murderous Apaches tracks him down for the purpose of satisfying a grudge, Dan'l is infuriated when his niece is taken captive and vows to track down the warriors wherever they travel.
When a murderous bandit named Bear Killer begins a ruthless campaign to steal from and slaughter settlers, a Mexican family turns to Dan'l Boone to protect them while they search for survivors of the raids.
Daniel Boone rides into New Mexico to protect a man who once saved his life, when he finds himself in danger when the Spanish begin to set the Indian tribes against the fur-trappers of Taos.
In the ninth installment of the popular western series, Dan'l Boone must fight for the survival of the settlers after the Shawnee and Fox tribes join forces to wage a bloody battle and drive the settlers off their lands forever.
While on the dangerous and deadly Natchez Trace trail, Dan'l Boone and his gang of boat men encounter notorious French land pirates and Chickasaw warriors who not only want the payroll Dan'l is protecting, but also want him dead.
As fabled frontiersman Dan'l Boone and his friend Snowshoe Hendee journey across the brutal Great American Desert searching for a herd of untamed Spanish mustangs, his greatest enemy and a group of warriors wait in the shadows to destroy him.
Seeking revenge on fearless frontiersman Dan'l Boone, two of his fiercest enemies decide to destroy the things he cherishes most--his homestead and his family.
When Lansford Stratton decides the wilderness will provide him with enormous power and riches and wages war on anyone who stands in his way, including mountaineers, settlers, and the Cherokee, Dan'l Boone must try to stop the senseless slaughter and protect the people and the land.