A new trail is blazed in this riveting follow-up to author R.P. Wollbaum's Bears and Eagles.
Andreas Bekenbaum, a minor Russian noble, is heading to Canada after negotiating a land grant in exchange for providing a militia and police force for the area.
The road there is anything but easy, however, as Andreas and his family encounter Native Americans, a renegade whiskey trading gang, and other dangers on their way to find their new home in the foothills of the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
But find it they do, and it's a good life - until government officials once again call upon Andreas to lead. This time, he is charged with commanding troops in South Africa on behalf of the British. And his eldest son, Stephan, is comming along for the ride.
This sweeping historical saga provides readers a riveting glimpse into a past where anything is possible.