It’s called Brock’s Betrayal.
You can get the book on Amazon, iTunes, B&N, Kobo, and a few more places.
It’s $4.99 but will go down to $3.99 when I release the box-set of the 3-volume Astoria leg of the larger Mountain Man Series.
If you’re real lucky you might be able to get it for $0.99 still, as that’s the price I offer my email subscribers and it’s still live on Amazon.
That’ll soon change, however.
So…what’s the book about…and who the hell is Brock?
I first mentioned William and Isaac Brock way back in Colter’s Escape, the 6th book of the series.
They’re Englishmen, working up in Upper Canada and dealing with the Hudson’s Bay Company as well as the North West Company.
They’ve been on the periphery for the past three novels, and in this novel William Brock takes a leading role.
It’ll also be the end of their involvement in our larger story, that of the fur trade on the Upper Missouri, specifically the lands that would become Montana.
We’re still 52 years before the Montana Territory comes into existence, however.
Yep, it’s the beginning of 1812…but if you’ve been reading these books you know that.
It’s all about heading east this time, back toward the Continental Divide and the Missouri River beyond it.
The large, 85-strong group that we started Fortin’s Furs with has been whittled down to a dozen.
Their nerves are frayed and their hopes are dashed. Not for all of them, however, as the group that Manuel Lisa sent upriver with the Astoria Expedition still has a cache of furs to claim.
Others have the same idea, namely the Blackfeet and Nez Perce.
And then there’s those damn British, always turning up when you least expect it.
I don’t want to give away too much, but I think you get the gist of Brock’s Betrayal.
I hope you’ll give it a look on Amazon.
I also hope that if you haven’t picked up a copy of Colter’s Winter yet you’ll go ahead and do so.
That’s the first book of the Mountain Man Series and it’s sold more than 1,000 copies.
Find out why – start the journey up the Missouri, and travel back in time to Montana as she was 200 years ago.