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Ride the Moon Down (Titus Bass #7)

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The time of the mountain man is coming to an end...but some--like Titus Bass will not exit gently. A brilliantly exciting and thoroughly researched novel of the end of the dream that was the unmapped and virgin wilderness in the American West starring the king of the mountain men, Titus Bass.

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Paperback, 576 pages
Published July 6th 1999 by Bantam (first published November 3rd 1998)
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Betty Jenkins
Not at all my usual genre. Bought this book for 25 cents at a garage sale. Didn't read it till almost a year later. When I finally caught onto this book being part 7 of a nine book series, I was hooked. I fell for Titus Bass and Waits by the Water. I fell in love with history of the mountain man and the early west. This book caused me to devour the rest of the series.
JoAnn Ainsworth
Tale of a mid-1880’s trapper with his Crow wife and infant daughter traveling the west. Uses language of the times, lots of description.
Doug Page
It has a wonderfully authentic feeling for a western novel. I wished I liked the genre.
Loved this as a high school kid. Remember it as a great adventure book.
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Terry C. Johnston was born January 1, 1947 in Arkansas City, KS.
Nineteen publishers rejected Johnston's first novel, Carry the Wind, before it was printed in 1982. However, this first novel was to gain the honor of receiving the Western Writers of America Medicine Pipe Bearer's Award for best first fiction. Johnston is known for his eye for historical detail, and he is a stickler for accuracy....more
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