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Tate Saint, man of the mountains and now a family man, has had more than his share of Indian uprisings and battles, but has always maintained a friendship with many of the native peoples. While in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, he was known and respected by the Comanche and Ute, feared by the Jicarilla Apache, but when the Apache and Ute ally themselves against the white Tate Saint, man of the mountains and now a family man, has had more than his share of Indian uprisings and battles, but has always maintained a friendship with many of the native peoples. While in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, he was known and respected by the Comanche and Ute, feared by the Jicarilla Apache, but when the Apache and Ute ally themselves against the white man, Tate becomes concerned for the safety of his family and chooses to move back to the Wind River mountains.  But when he is confronted with the massacre of a wagon train of settlers on the Oregon trail, and is asked by the mountain man scout for General Harney at Fort Laramie, Jim Baker, to scout out the marauding Indians responsible, he accepts the charge, but mainly out of concern for his own family. And that scout brings him up against a blood-thirsty self-appointed war chief of the Crow who is bent on vengeance against any and all whites for what he believes is the attempt to destroy his own people with disease, murder, and by stealing their homelands.  The truth becomes known about this man who has taken the name of a figure from the history of the Crow people and turned it into one of shame, vengeance and blood-letting.  It will take an alliance of a group of freighters, a wagon train of settlers, and a party of the traditional enemy of the crow from the Arapaho band of Tate's first wife to bring an end to this vengeance quest by none other than Bad Heart Bear. 


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Tate Saint, man of the mountains and now a family man, has had more than his share of Indian uprisings and battles, but has always maintained a friendship with many of the native peoples. While in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, he was known and respected by the Comanche and Ute, feared by the Jicarilla Apache, but when the Apache and Ute ally themselves against the white Tate Saint, man of the mountains and now a family man, has had more than his share of Indian uprisings and battles, but has always maintained a friendship with many of the native peoples. While in the Sangre de Cristo mountains, he was known and respected by the Comanche and Ute, feared by the Jicarilla Apache, but when the Apache and Ute ally themselves against the white man, Tate becomes concerned for the safety of his family and chooses to move back to the Wind River mountains.  But when he is confronted with the massacre of a wagon train of settlers on the Oregon trail, and is asked by the mountain man scout for General Harney at Fort Laramie, Jim Baker, to scout out the marauding Indians responsible, he accepts the charge, but mainly out of concern for his own family. And that scout brings him up against a blood-thirsty self-appointed war chief of the Crow who is bent on vengeance against any and all whites for what he believes is the attempt to destroy his own people with disease, murder, and by stealing their homelands.  The truth becomes known about this man who has taken the name of a figure from the history of the Crow people and turned it into one of shame, vengeance and blood-letting.  It will take an alliance of a group of freighters, a wagon train of settlers, and a party of the traditional enemy of the crow from the Arapaho band of Tate's first wife to bring an end to this vengeance quest by none other than Bad Heart Bear. 

30 review for Vengeance Valley (Rocky Mountain Saint Book 8)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    I have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to read all of the Saint books and all are outstanding stories. This story is certainly a heartwarming masterpiece of old western adventures. The story is definitely a family-friendly rendition of love, peace on the old western reality trail. There is one adventurous episode after the other. Most definitely deserving of the five stars I awarded this exceptionally outstanding display of camaraderie, love of real friends and sufficient gunfights I have been fortunate enough to have the opportunity to read all of the Saint books and all are outstanding stories. This story is certainly a heartwarming masterpiece of old western adventures. The story is definitely a family-friendly rendition of love, peace on the old western reality trail. There is one adventurous episode after the other. Most definitely deserving of the five stars I awarded this exceptionally outstanding display of camaraderie, love of real friends and sufficient gunfights to satisfy everyone's desire of western adventures. Tate and his family live a very charmed life, and their multitude of friends once again, ban together to bring justice and piece to their mountain homeland. Mr. Rundell does such an amazing job of his character selections from beginning toend, and is is certainly apparent he did an outstanding research before striking the first in character selections. I have the utmost respect for this very talented author, as it is very evident his full attention is given to the satisfy his readers throughout the entire story. I, most definitely, recommend this book to all readers, regardless of you current interests, as you will certainly be satisfied with the never ending accomplishments of the dedicated, and adventurous, characters of "Rocky Mou Saint," and his entourage . This story series is one adventurous episode after the other. Join the crowd and enjoy the never ending impressive storylines of real old American western folklore.😇

  2. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Lee Wood

    FRIENDS, ENEMIES AND PRAYERS Tate and his family are now living in the cabin he built first with his Arapahoe wife, who died from pneumonia after falling slipping and falling into a lake. He's remarried to Maggie and they have two kids. Tate is a well known Mountain Man through out the frontier. He's sort out by both whites and Indians for help or a safe place to rest with a wonderful dinner prepared by Maggie, always followed by delicious wild berries pie. A great adventure that makes you feel yo FRIENDS, ENEMIES AND PRAYERS Tate and his family are now living in the cabin he built first with his Arapahoe wife, who died from pneumonia after falling slipping and falling into a lake. He's remarried to Maggie and they have two kids. Tate is a well known Mountain Man through out the frontier. He's sort out by both whites and Indians for help or a safe place to rest with a wonderful dinner prepared by Maggie, always followed by delicious wild berries pie. A great adventure that makes you feel your right there with the family. As they ride their horses, swimming in the clean water lakes, catching trout or some other kind of fish using your hands or handmade fish traps..Truly living off the grid and making do with what's around you. Using the herbs, roots flowers that the Indians use as folk medicine to cure diseases open wounds...a great ride in the mountains..LOVELY. Also lets not forget Tate's beliefs in the Bible and the power of prayer...🌿🌾🌽

  3. 5 out of 5

    Robert C. smith

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. A Most Enjoyable Early Frontier Tale with Spirit! Rendell is gifted in his ability to take readers back to the realistic challenges of our country's early history. He is able to blend a wealth of accurate technical information that adds realistic color instead of useless-scan-ahead facts as others sometimes do. Readers can also expect to refresh Christian values and beliefs as the main character, Tate Saint, shares his feelings with others at appropriate times somewhere in his novels. My only cri A Most Enjoyable Early Frontier Tale with Spirit! Rendell is gifted in his ability to take readers back to the realistic challenges of our country's early history. He is able to blend a wealth of accurate technical information that adds realistic color instead of useless-scan-ahead facts as others sometimes do. Readers can also expect to refresh Christian values and beliefs as the main character, Tate Saint, shares his feelings with others at appropriate times somewhere in his novels. My only criticism is that his tales end too soon!

  4. 4 out of 5

    troie roy

    The strength of Love and prayer The story continues with the Saint family proving once again that family and prayer is the path to overcoming evil. The love for his family and the determination to help others is shown as brightly as the stars he loves so much. Mr. Rundell has given us a beautifully written story of the life of man against nature, man against man, and man against himself. Now we wait for the story to continue.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tricia Hungerford

    Better & Better As I sit with a mug of my own Arbuckles, feeding my car her morning serving of rabbit pate, l find myself reaching for my Bible to greet the day. My next book in this series is just waiting for me to begin another day of mountain experiences.l am so glad there is a Book 9.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Norm S

    4 Stars In book 8 Tate Saint moves his family back to his first cabin he built in the mountains. But when the Crow Indians led by Bad Heart Bear massacre of wagon train. Tate joined forces with others to stop him. One of the better books of a good series.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Roy Bishop

    Vengeance valley, a really good read. A wonderfully crafted western story that is a family friendly book. The story of a wilderness family that will keep you glued to every page with exciting twists and turns. Another great book from BN Rundell.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Martha Peebles

    Rocky Mountain Saint Awesome I so enjoy these books on Tate Saint. Each story gets better and better. Can’t wait for the next book. I look forward to these books. Thank you B. N. Randell for such a enjoyable read.

  9. 4 out of 5

    LUAYNE

    4 stars Great addition to the series. I really like reading a good family saga. This book has a few spelling and typos. Not enough to matter.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Edgar

    B.N.R. I have read all Buckskin chronicles series by B. N. Rendall. Each book was written with out sex and curse words. I recomend these books & Rocky Mountain Saint.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Duncan

    Excellent story! Once upon a time,(1960 to 63) the army let me jump out of aircraft. Most fun!! Oh, good story again. You lay out the words well.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Peggy Pancherz

    Good book Read all of the books in order to really enjoy. Storyline continues to grow and develop a. Characters are realistic and get better and better.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Miriam R Kienitz

  14. 4 out of 5

    Darlene Laughery

  15. 5 out of 5

    Rita Gail Warren

  16. 4 out of 5

    JoAnn Hearn

  17. 4 out of 5

    LARRY THRASH

  18. 5 out of 5

    Gary Anderson

  19. 4 out of 5

    Michael Fryer

  20. 4 out of 5

    Duane Miller

  21. 4 out of 5

    Will S Rickey

  22. 4 out of 5

    Jan Schlosser

  23. 4 out of 5

    Lloyd W. Cowan

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dick Rademacher

  25. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Macfarlane

  26. 4 out of 5

    Janet

  27. 4 out of 5

    Mabel Castelein

  28. 4 out of 5

    Gail H. Duncan

  29. 4 out of 5

    Jackie Elliott

  30. 5 out of 5

    Allen Taylor

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