Jason Peares Westerns – Book 3
In 1880 New Mexico, Jason Peares, ex-outlaw gunfighter, hires on as a scout for the Buffalo Soldiers, the black soldiers of the Ninth Cavalry, and becomes part of an effort to locate an important leader of the Apache Nation, known only as Juh (pronounced “Hoe“). Jason begins to forge new friendships with several of the black “Buffalo Soldiers,” but he is unaware of a conspiracy meant to sabotage a new peace treaty that would end the Indian wars of New Mexico forever. In an attempt to stop a massacre, Jason soon becomes involved in a three-sided war that pits him against deadly Apache warriors, ruthless Army renegade mercenaries, and the Buffalo Soldiers.
In this heavily researched historical western, you’ll get a realistic feel for the social structure and family life on the run of the Apache people. See how Army life really was for the Ninth Cavalry’s black soldiers on the New Mexico frontier during one of the hottest summers on record. See all sides of the military conflict – and the effects of political and economic policies of the era – through the eyes of Jason Peares, an ex-outlaw, a half-black half-white gunfighter who roamed the southwest searching for his place in the diminishing frontier.
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