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When a young man with big dreams suddenly becomes an orphan, he is faced with big decisions. Holding to the dream of living in the Rocky Mountains that Tatum shared with his father, he begins his journey—a journey that takes him through the lands of the Osage and Kiowa and ultimately to the land of the Comanche. A solitary man by nature, he travels by night and sees a di When a young man with big dreams suddenly becomes an orphan, he is faced with big decisions. Holding to the dream of living in the Rocky Mountains that Tatum shared with his father, he begins his journey—a journey that takes him through the lands of the Osage and Kiowa and ultimately to the land of the Comanche. A solitary man by nature, he travels by night and sees a different land than the many pilgrims and settlers of the 1840's. Although driven by a desire to be away from people and their scheming ways, he is repeatedly drawn into the lives and problems of others. Although the ways of the woods are not new to him, he was a novice in his dealings with people, but his upbringing made him interject himself into the problems of others. The passing wagon train had more than its share of conflicts, but when Tatum spotted an impending attack by Comanche his conscience demanded he warn them. Then when that involvement includes a smallpox plague and a defenseless tribe of Comanche, Tatum is faced with a decision to try to free the captive white women or warn the warring Comanche. His journey to the mountains has become a journey to jeopardy.


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When a young man with big dreams suddenly becomes an orphan, he is faced with big decisions. Holding to the dream of living in the Rocky Mountains that Tatum shared with his father, he begins his journey—a journey that takes him through the lands of the Osage and Kiowa and ultimately to the land of the Comanche. A solitary man by nature, he travels by night and sees a di When a young man with big dreams suddenly becomes an orphan, he is faced with big decisions. Holding to the dream of living in the Rocky Mountains that Tatum shared with his father, he begins his journey—a journey that takes him through the lands of the Osage and Kiowa and ultimately to the land of the Comanche. A solitary man by nature, he travels by night and sees a different land than the many pilgrims and settlers of the 1840's. Although driven by a desire to be away from people and their scheming ways, he is repeatedly drawn into the lives and problems of others. Although the ways of the woods are not new to him, he was a novice in his dealings with people, but his upbringing made him interject himself into the problems of others. The passing wagon train had more than its share of conflicts, but when Tatum spotted an impending attack by Comanche his conscience demanded he warn them. Then when that involvement includes a smallpox plague and a defenseless tribe of Comanche, Tatum is faced with a decision to try to free the captive white women or warn the warring Comanche. His journey to the mountains has become a journey to jeopardy.

30 review for Journey To Jeopardy: Rocky Mountain Saint Book 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    Somehow, I have a bad habit of reading a series of stories out of sequence, and that has just occurred once more. This series is comparable to many other great western stories, and the author does an excellent job with his extraordinary writing abilities of the old western experiences. I am definitely impressed with this series and after reading books one and three, I hope to catch up with Tate and his never ending adventures throughout the old western world of years gone by. I definitely don't Somehow, I have a bad habit of reading a series of stories out of sequence, and that has just occurred once more. This series is comparable to many other great western stories, and the author does an excellent job with his extraordinary writing abilities of the old western experiences. I am definitely impressed with this series and after reading books one and three, I hope to catch up with Tate and his never ending adventures throughout the old western world of years gone by. I definitely don't have a problem awarding five stars to this masterpiece, as this story is one of the most innovative heartwarming adventures I have ever had the opportunity to read. Never a dull moment throughout the entire book. Too, the storylines and characters proved themselves time and again, as to their assigned duties and responsibilities. Tate is definitely worthy of his designated role and the excitement never ceases throughout the entire process. I, most definitely, recommend this series to all of you seeking another exciting western series that is very family-friendly and the excitement never falters. One never knows what is going to happen next. Just hang in there as the next episode will be entirely different from the previous ones. Read this series and follow Tate throughout his extraordinary visionary tactics involving all kinds of fulfilling adventures!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Rob Wagner

    Journey of the Saint Another exciting information filled with story of men and women in the 19th century frontier. Tate Saint sets out trying to avoid human contact after the murder of his father, his last living relative. Unable to quell his altruistic actions, he becomes involved with three of the major Indian nations. Captured white women from a wagon train further involve Tate as he sets his dreams aside to help. He becomes involved with a third Indian tribe and their battle against his mothe Journey of the Saint Another exciting information filled with story of men and women in the 19th century frontier. Tate Saint sets out trying to avoid human contact after the murder of his father, his last living relative. Unable to quell his altruistic actions, he becomes involved with three of the major Indian nations. Captured white women from a wagon train further involve Tate as he sets his dreams aside to help. He becomes involved with a third Indian tribe and their battle against his mother’s killer, smallpox.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kim Henderson

    Mr Rundell paints a beautiful story, drawing the reader in right a long side Tatum during his quest to reach God's Country, The Rocky Mountains. Mr Rundell knows those Rockies and from him, my love of the Rocky Mountains was born on a camping trip with my family and the Rundell family when I was a little girl! It's so thrilling to read his books, especially this new series. Historical westerns are my favorite genre. BN Rundell is a gifted writer. I highly recommend this book! Mr Rundell paints a beautiful story, drawing the reader in right a long side Tatum during his quest to reach God's Country, The Rocky Mountains. Mr Rundell knows those Rockies and from him, my love of the Rocky Mountains was born on a camping trip with my family and the Rundell family when I was a little girl! It's so thrilling to read his books, especially this new series. Historical westerns are my favorite genre. BN Rundell is a gifted writer. I highly recommend this book!

  4. 5 out of 5

    LUAYNE

    Great read A very young man, Tatum Saint, buries his parents, says goodbye to his Osage Indian friends, and heads for the mountains. He meets a wagon train being attacked by Indians, meets part of the same train stricken with smallpox, helps two young female survivors find a way back east, and finally continues his journey.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Lutuf Ghantous

    Good story Story flows smoothly through the book without any surprises as if there is no action in the story. Then all of a sudden the action explodes to return back to smooth life full of niceties and good deeds to explode again. I like Rundell writings and style...I recommend this book.

  6. 5 out of 5

    John Lietzke

    IReview of "Journey to Jeopardy: Rocky Mountain Saint Book 1" by John Lietzke I thought the book was excellent. I rated the book with 5 stars. The book was Book 1 of a boxed set. I have read the boxed set regarding the Rocky Mountain Saint. The author, B. N. Rundell writes very good stories in my opinion. IReview of "Journey to Jeopardy: Rocky Mountain Saint Book 1" by John Lietzke I thought the book was excellent. I rated the book with 5 stars. The book was Book 1 of a boxed set. I have read the boxed set regarding the Rocky Mountain Saint. The author, B. N. Rundell writes very good stories in my opinion.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Martha Peebles

    Journey To Jeopardy Wow! What a awesome read. The author makes you feel like you are there watching everything happen. You can just see the people in the book. This is gonna be another best seller. I sure hope there will be many more and more of the Buckskin Chronicles also. Thank you for a awesome read. Look forward to the next book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Lawrence P. Lauck

    A good coming of age yarn. A good simple story with more twists than a snake. It is a good Christian story of a young man's adventures in the west. It was predictable and simplistic but you have to like Tatum and his adventures. A nice quick read you will enjoy. A good coming of age yarn. A good simple story with more twists than a snake. It is a good Christian story of a young man's adventures in the west. It was predictable and simplistic but you have to like Tatum and his adventures. A nice quick read you will enjoy.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Russell G Edwards

    An opportunity to appreciate our forefathers through a Christian lense. The events recorded here could have actually occurred and probably did in some form or another in our past. I gave the book 5 stars because the author's approach is excellent. An opportunity to appreciate our forefathers through a Christian lense. The events recorded here could have actually occurred and probably did in some form or another in our past. I gave the book 5 stars because the author's approach is excellent.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Tricia Hungerford

    Uplifting I'm not new to the writings of this author, but I am never bored either! I love his style about the adventures of the Mountain Man Era. I anticipate many hours of enjoyment with this series! Uplifting I'm not new to the writings of this author, but I am never bored either! I love his style about the adventures of the Mountain Man Era. I anticipate many hours of enjoyment with this series!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Chuck Kienast

    Mighty fine reading ! Enjoyed the story,it was fun reading and quite believable even? Though its about a younger person. I'll certainly be looking for more stories and writings from Mr. Rundell. Mighty fine reading ! Enjoyed the story,it was fun reading and quite believable even? Though its about a younger person. I'll certainly be looking for more stories and writings from Mr. Rundell.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Norm S

    5 Stars Tatum Saint at age 14 if left orphaned after his father if killed by a man he accused of cheating in a poker game. Tate heads for the Rocky Mountains and his adventures start. I think I'm going to enjoy this series. 5 Stars Tatum Saint at age 14 if left orphaned after his father if killed by a man he accused of cheating in a poker game. Tate heads for the Rocky Mountains and his adventures start. I think I'm going to enjoy this series.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Jackie L. Darnell

    A very good western. Writes as though he is very familiar with the territory. A satisfying book.

  14. 5 out of 5

    nelson shinn

    Excellent book I found this book to be very entertaining. I thought the plot was well thought out, and the story flows nicely. Characters very real.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jimmy Duncan

    Excellent story Good yarn! I'm not real sure of the provenance of some of the elements in the story, but I can let it slide and just enjoy it. Excellent story Good yarn! I'm not real sure of the provenance of some of the elements in the story, but I can let it slide and just enjoy it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Doug Selway

    Very pleasant read.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Kenneth McGregor

    Have started book two

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ericka Wood

    An Enjoyable Story Extremely well written. Beautifully describes the locale. Does a good job of growing his characters and keeps the story moving. Overall a very worthwhile read.

  19. 5 out of 5

    mark

    Great reading Enjoyed the book. Was a little change from the shootem up westerns I normally read. Easy to follow story and we'll written Great reading Enjoyed the book. Was a little change from the shootem up westerns I normally read. Easy to follow story and we'll written

  20. 4 out of 5

    John Shearer

    Journey to Jeopardy (1) This is a good look at the mountain man as a real person and not just a fur hunter.The story has enough action and adventure for most.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jack

    Very poorly written even for ebooks. Not the usual plethora of spelling and grammar, but, wrong names, almost exact repetitions. Overt SJW agenda. don't bother. Very poorly written even for ebooks. Not the usual plethora of spelling and grammar, but, wrong names, almost exact repetitions. Overt SJW agenda. don't bother.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Danny Townsend

    Good Read !!! B N Rundell , Kept my interest and this frontier book I enjoyed very much thanks for a good read

  23. 5 out of 5

    william lowery

    A very good read! This was a very interesting read, it was well written and researched. It kept the story flowing to the next adventure.

  24. 5 out of 5

    john o'reilly

    Another nail biting book Just finished the first of four books and it’s a great story can hardly contain my self my lovely wife is spitting blood (you’ve jobs to do heh heh)

  25. 4 out of 5

    michael g. branham

    Good read Great story, fine characters and I didn't miss the cussing at all. Refreshing tale of young mountain man. A man you can idinify with. Good read Great story, fine characters and I didn't miss the cussing at all. Refreshing tale of young mountain man. A man you can idinify with.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Pancherz

    Good book Read all we need a ride to really enjoy it was. Storyline when you get better and better. Characters are realistic and get better and better.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Benham

    Tatum Saint Is a young man not even fully grown but he is a quick learner and an avid listener. It is a good thing he learned a lot from his parents and Kiowa neighbors. When his mother dies from small pox helping others with the plague, and his father is murdered in a $5 limit poker game when he caught some slick dude cheating, Tatum leaves his home and heads to the mountains. He had had his fill of people and a hankering to explore those hills. This is the early west and he is already no stran Tatum Saint Is a young man not even fully grown but he is a quick learner and an avid listener. It is a good thing he learned a lot from his parents and Kiowa neighbors. When his mother dies from small pox helping others with the plague, and his father is murdered in a $5 limit poker game when he caught some slick dude cheating, Tatum leaves his home and heads to the mountains. He had had his fill of people and a hankering to explore those hills. This is the early west and he is already no stranger to guns, the longbow and the knife. He is going to need those skill where he is going. As much as he does not want to be around people, he isn't going to ignore those who need his help. He also is not going to give the evil men a pass. Follow along on this first of his adventures as Taate is sure to mature along the way.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Mashburn

  29. 4 out of 5

    Larry Killebrew

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tim

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