Tuskahoma’s western author, Alfred Dennis, will sign copies of his books, including his new novel “Bear Claw”, at the 2019 Choctaw Nation Labor Day Festival in Tuskahoma from 10am-8pm, Aug 30 – Sept 2 (Friday through Monday). His new Native American fiction “Bear Claw” is the fourth book in the Crow Killer Series, and will be available at the festival and bookstores online September 2nd.
Bear Claw is an exciting new Native American fiction book in the Crow Killer Series with plenty of action, adventure, and romance as Jedidiah Bracket, known as Crow Killer, traverses the vast wilderness of the Rocky Mountains.
Four years had passed since the Arapaho Chief rescued Jed from North Platte River where a sudden flash flood dumped him bloody and broken on its muddy banks. Jed’s birthmark of a lance on his back plus the old medicine man’s words foretold that he would become a great warrior. With guidance from the Arapaho warrior, Walking Horse, he had become a mighty Lance Bearer of the Arapaho Nation and a legend among the tribes.
Jed only wanted peace, but he still had many trails to ride and many battles to undertake. His friends, Walking Horse and Red Hawk, would always be by his side in battle, but were they enough to combat the crazed Blackfoot called Bear Claw?
Alfred Dennis now has 18 books in the following genres: Western, Native American Fiction, Action/Adventure, Historical Fiction, and Western Romance. All 18 books will be offered for sale and signing at the 2019 Choctaw Labor Day Festival… see you there!