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Trail of the Outlaw by James Duermeyer (Print)


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Chronicles of the American frontier recount innumerable stories of the men and women who brought honor to themselves as they contributed to winning the west. In this work of historical fiction, character Henry Vogler was one who chose to take his place in the annals of the American West with guile and malevolence. From a lineage of dishonest bastards, Henry grew from boyhood to manhood being educated by the street hoodlums and grifters with whom he associated. From the time he was seventeen years of age, Henry Vogler was a wanted man, pursued by the law and law-abiding citizens who attempt to administer swift and final justice to the outlaw. 

Trail of the Outlaw is an exciting story that will keep you interested and turning pages to discover what happens next, and is a silver medal award winner from the Independent Publishers under its original title The Bastard Trail.

James Duermeyer continues to display his story-telling skill as he places the reader into the life of an American frontier outlaw, a man with virtually no redeeming qualities. Through the gritty life of the outlaw, we meet a colorful cast of characters, several of whom suffer at the hands of Vogler. Unlike many other western tales, Trail of the Outlaw follows the life of an outlaw, while sharing the lives of individuals he encounters along the way. Duermeyer’s clever introduction of a love story into the novel may lead the reader to recall two characters who also appeared in his second novel, Flint Bluff (a 2013 Silver Medal winner in the Independent Publishers Book Awards). A great frontier/Western read. 

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