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It was just supposed to be a family journey to see the wonders and waters of that strange land to the north, but the land of the north had become a battle ground with a recently freed slave and some mountain men. And when he was joined by a band of Blackfoot renegades that were bent on driving all the whites from their territory and ridding the mountains of their enemies, It was just supposed to be a family journey to see the wonders and waters of that strange land to the north, but the land of the north had become a battle ground with a recently freed slave and some mountain men. And when he was joined by a band of Blackfoot renegades that were bent on driving all the whites from their territory and ridding the mountains of their enemies, the monstrous black man willingly lent his might to the blood-letting in that north country. When Tate's family became endangered, the wrath of the Rocky Mountain Saint came to life, and he wasn't feeling like the compassionate helper he was known to be. Hindered by the rugged Absaroka mountains, an ambush in the wilderness, and his own fears, Tate questioned himself and whether he could make it to rescue his family, but would soon find that he would face an even greater fight and possibly a fight he could not win.


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It was just supposed to be a family journey to see the wonders and waters of that strange land to the north, but the land of the north had become a battle ground with a recently freed slave and some mountain men. And when he was joined by a band of Blackfoot renegades that were bent on driving all the whites from their territory and ridding the mountains of their enemies, It was just supposed to be a family journey to see the wonders and waters of that strange land to the north, but the land of the north had become a battle ground with a recently freed slave and some mountain men. And when he was joined by a band of Blackfoot renegades that were bent on driving all the whites from their territory and ridding the mountains of their enemies, the monstrous black man willingly lent his might to the blood-letting in that north country. When Tate's family became endangered, the wrath of the Rocky Mountain Saint came to life, and he wasn't feeling like the compassionate helper he was known to be. Hindered by the rugged Absaroka mountains, an ambush in the wilderness, and his own fears, Tate questioned himself and whether he could make it to rescue his family, but would soon find that he would face an even greater fight and possibly a fight he could not win.

30 review for Renegade Rampage (Rocky Mountain Saint Book 9)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Charles Castell

    Another outstanding Saint, family and friends story wit excitement from beginning to end. Tate never ceases to amaze me with his ever present protection of everyone he loves. This story has a little different twist than the previous right books, but the camaraderie between all the good guys is very entertaining. Never a dull moment throughout the entire book, and the anticipation is definitely enough to keep the reader's undivided attention from beginning to end. Great job once again by Mr. B. N Another outstanding Saint, family and friends story wit excitement from beginning to end. Tate never ceases to amaze me with his ever present protection of everyone he loves. This story has a little different twist than the previous right books, but the camaraderie between all the good guys is very entertaining. Never a dull moment throughout the entire book, and the anticipation is definitely enough to keep the reader's undivided attention from beginning to end. Great job once again by Mr. B. N. Rundell! Never read a book that isn't worthy of the five stars, and this one is one of Tate Saint's best episodes yet! Great storylines that successfully entertains the reader's undivided attention from beginning to end. As always, the characters definitely befitting of their assigned roles, and the author definitely impressive with his apparent research before striking a key. The camaraderie among the true leaders of the friendly guys is definitely impressive. There is humor, romance, action and above all, a fully integrated friendship between the good guys. These stories are so very wholesome and very family-friendly oriented adventures, with unbelievably heartwarming experiences from beginning to end. Believe me when I say that the entire story is outstanding from beginning to. The author is a great one to get addictive with, as you will find him entertaining and informative. Most certainly recommend this book, and the other right stories, to be an entertaining and endearing series worthy of following. I do recommend that you read the series in order, but in reality they do stand alone. Definitely an entertaining selection of stories that will touch your heart and will definitely entertain your for awhile. You loss, if you fail to follow these heartfelt recommendations!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jeff Benham

    ***SPOILERS***Lots of Characters in this one. Saint wants to start breeding horses and figures the Nez Perce would have some. He and his family stop by Knuckles village to pick him and his wife up. Caleb and his wife are freed slaves who head west to learn the mountain ways. After Caleb's wife is brutally murdered my the mountain men they hired on with, Caleb kills them all. Some renegade Indians witness this and add him to their band. However, they don't respect women any more than those that k ***SPOILERS***Lots of Characters in this one. Saint wants to start breeding horses and figures the Nez Perce would have some. He and his family stop by Knuckles village to pick him and his wife up. Caleb and his wife are freed slaves who head west to learn the mountain ways. After Caleb's wife is brutally murdered my the mountain men they hired on with, Caleb kills them all. Some renegade Indians witness this and add him to their band. However, they don't respect women any more than those that killed his wife, and he soon becomes disillusioned. As always, a very interesting read.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Robert C. smith

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Heart-Warming and Sometimes Scary Tale of the Early Frontier! Just when it seems Rundell can't raise the writing bar any higher than his last extremely enjoyable frontier tale, he does so! In addition to creating easy-reading, exciting stories with realistic characters and scenes, he weaves in a wealth of credible facts and interesting information of that time in a manner that greatly enriches readers. Another element Rundell blends into each novel is the main character sharing his encouragement Heart-Warming and Sometimes Scary Tale of the Early Frontier! Just when it seems Rundell can't raise the writing bar any higher than his last extremely enjoyable frontier tale, he does so! In addition to creating easy-reading, exciting stories with realistic characters and scenes, he weaves in a wealth of credible facts and interesting information of that time in a manner that greatly enriches readers. Another element Rundell blends into each novel is the main character sharing his encouragement of and belief in God and his son, Jesus, to comfort other characters in need of hope.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Norm S

    5 Stars In book 9 when Caleb a former slave and his wife come to the mountains with a group of trappers. The Trapper's brutally murder his wife causing Caleb to kill them and then seek revenge on all white men. Meanwhile Tate Saint and his family head to do some horse-trading with a Nes Perce Indians. Their trails will soon cross with Caleb and the Crow Renegades he has joined up with. 5 Stars In book 9 when Caleb a former slave and his wife come to the mountains with a group of trappers. The Trapper's brutally murder his wife causing Caleb to kill them and then seek revenge on all white men. Meanwhile Tate Saint and his family head to do some horse-trading with a Nes Perce Indians. Their trails will soon cross with Caleb and the Crow Renegades he has joined up with.

  5. 5 out of 5

    James Calhoon

    Excellent five star! I was furnished this book free in return for a honest review.I have read many of B.N. Rundell's books and have enjoyed all of them. This is not the best one that I have read, but I still rate it an excellent five star. I recommend it to all who enjoy a good read. Excellent five star! I was furnished this book free in return for a honest review.I have read many of B.N. Rundell's books and have enjoyed all of them. This is not the best one that I have read, but I still rate it an excellent five star. I recommend it to all who enjoy a good read.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Herbert Green

    A first class read The series of Rocky Mountain Saint books so far has been excellent in both content and storyline. I look forward to reading the rest of the series and would recommend this author to anyone who enjoys a good western. Well worth 5 stars rating even more if available.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Martha Peebles

    Wow! want a great read you won't be able to lay down? well here it is, this book will grab you and not let go. You can just picture the scene as you read. The family traveling and the Indians attacking people. I was so glad to see Caleb finally come to his senses and realize all white men are not evil. Thank you, B.N. Rundell, for an awesome read. Wow! want a great read you won't be able to lay down? well here it is, this book will grab you and not let go. You can just picture the scene as you read. The family traveling and the Indians attacking people. I was so glad to see Caleb finally come to his senses and realize all white men are not evil. Thank you, B.N. Rundell, for an awesome read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    troie roy

    Brillant Another exciting chapter in the life of the Saint family. The addition of individual characters expands the story to it's brilliance. Mr. Rundell has made the wait worthwhile. Looking forward to my next trip into the majesty mountains of the Saints. Brillant Another exciting chapter in the life of the Saint family. The addition of individual characters expands the story to it's brilliance. Mr. Rundell has made the wait worthwhile. Looking forward to my next trip into the majesty mountains of the Saints.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Keith Blaine Kuhlman

    Predictable but enjoyable I truly enjoy reading the work of this author. Stories are well told and enjoyable. Gets a little heavy on the religious messages at times but not enough to keep me from buying and reading the next book in the series. The book is fun enjoy!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Duncan

    Excellent! Sitting on the front porch, finishing breakfast, coffee, this story. They are all good. The early morning hours of calm in the city have their own beauty. Oh, good characters,good action, good story.

  11. 5 out of 5

    John Shearer

    Renegade Rampage (9) This was a good read, the St. is one character that doesn't get old or boring. The author has a good feel for the people who he writes about,and brings them to life for us to enjoy. Renegade Rampage (9) This was a good read, the St. is one character that doesn't get old or boring. The author has a good feel for the people who he writes about,and brings them to life for us to enjoy.

  12. 4 out of 5

    LUAYNE

    Another adventure to add to Rocky Mountain Saint. Interesting characters and flavor action. I love appaloosa horses.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Peggy Pancherz

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

  14. 5 out of 5

    Roy Brown

    Awesome reading Yet another masterpiece of writing about the old West from one of the finest story writers of modern times A i can't put down story Awesome reading Yet another masterpiece of writing about the old West from one of the finest story writers of modern times A i can't put down story

  15. 5 out of 5

    Anita Hoover

    Unforgettable wonderful stories. Full of true emotions and spirituality The characters are well in description and the story so believable. Could not put it down. Reading the whole series hoping it won’t end

  16. 5 out of 5

    Regis Hollis

  17. 5 out of 5

    Susan

  18. 4 out of 5

    Ellaine Chappell

  19. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Fitterer

  20. 4 out of 5

    mike doty

  21. 5 out of 5

    Roger L. Jeffers

  22. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Ladner

  23. 5 out of 5

    Ellen

  24. 4 out of 5

    Ken Cupp

  25. 4 out of 5

    Roberta Penrose

  26. 4 out of 5

    Gloria J. Trapp

  27. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  28. 4 out of 5

    william cuozzo

  29. 4 out of 5

    Bob-Sharon Hook

  30. 5 out of 5

    Wendy Krohn

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