The Eagle Bear Series
The Eagle Bear Series starts in the early 1700's within the southeast Tennessee area. The series moves foreword in time with each book of the series.
Eagle Bear is a giant of a warrior and a Cherokee Death Warrior who becomes the chief of the Cherokee Nations Wolf Clan, one of the seven clans of the Cherokee Nations in the early 1700's. There are many adventures told about Eagle Bear and his family. The book is full of adventure and leaves you wanting to never stop reading once you start. Even though the book is fiction there are many facts about the Cherokee Nations Wolf Clan throughout the book. Read about the true first American's in the United States of America before it became a nation.
The Eagle Bear Series will become a collectable series of great books. The writing style of the author draws you into the story and lets your mind take you back to the times of Eagle Bear and his family.
Eagle Bear Meets Buffalo Man
Buffalo Man saves Eagle Bear's life and becomes his blood brother. The adventures the two make are full of excitement. You will want to continue to read until you finish the book and can’t wait to purchase the next book in the series.
Buffalo Man is half white man and half Cherokee. He saves Eagle Bears life and becomes his blood brother. The two warriors are having adventure after adventure as soon as they meet and become known as the two most feared Cherokee Death Warriors of the Cherokee Nations Wolf Clan.
Eagle Right Claw & Eagle Left Claw
Eagle Right Claw & Eagle Left Claw are the twin sons born to Eagle Bear in July of 1754. They have many adventures together and became known as Death Warriors who fight as one when they are together. They develop a new fighting style that is new to the Cherokee Wolf Clan.
Witness the battles they have with the white man and how the white man almost became no more within this nation of ours.
Eagle Right Claw and Eagle Left Claw will keep you on the edge of your seat. Like all the books of the Eagle Bear Series, once you start reading it, you will not want to stop.
Red Hawk looked into his grandson’s eyes saying from his heart “Red Eagle, you must always remember you are not only representing the Cherokee Nations but also every Indian Nation in all the lands. What these white people see in you, they will think all Indians are like you. The white man has a bad habit of judging a whole race of people on the actions of one. The white man is afraid of anything or anyone who is different than they are.”
Red Eagle is the firstborn son of Eagle Right Claw, the chief of the Cherokee Nations Wolf Clan. He had many adventures before becoming the chief of the Cherokee Nations Wolf Clan.
Witness the battles they have with the white man and how Red Eagle spends a whole year living with the white man in Richmond, VA.
Red Eagle will keep you on the edge of your seat. Like all the books in the Eagle Bear Series, once you start reading it, you will not want to stop.
Rising Sun The Giant Warrior
Rising Sun was born July 28,1854. He was the youngest son of Lone Bear of the Nacoochee people within the Cherokee Nations Wolf Clan. Rising Sun lost his family when he was 12 to the Comancheros. He was raised by his new family the O’Neils. An Irish family who lived in the Valley of the Black Tail Deer within the mountains of New Mexico north of El Paso, Texas. When Rising Sun’s Irish family, the O’Neils, were killed by the Comanchereos Rising Sun headed off to live with his family of the Nacoochee people along with is new best friend and brother to Mr. O’Neil. Fin and Rising Sun become the riches men in the country. They have many adventures together.
The story will keep you on your seats wanting to never stop reading until you finish the book.
Rising Sun Goes To New York City
Rising Sun and Fin along with their wives take a trip to New York City and buy a horse ranch outside the city to live while waiting for their ships to be built to take them to Ireland. They have many adventures while on their way to New York City and while living on the Horse Ranch.
Rising Sun and Fin become big time business men while in New York City and have even more adventures. The people of New York City learn many things from the men and cowboys from Oklahoma.
Rising Sun To The Rescue
Rising Sun travels to rescue his cousins who along with the entire town are being held as hostages in the Oklahoma Territory. After freeing his cousins he travels to the Apache Nations to rescue his blood brother who is being held captive by the Comancheros.
Rising Sun, his cousin and the cowboys from the Tribal Ranch have many adventures during these rescues. The story is full of action and will keep you on your seats edge reading all about it.
If you enjoyed reading the story of Rising Sun To The Rescue then you will love the next book in the Rising Sun Series. Tell all your friends about the author Buddy Hannah.
Rising Sun Goes To Ireland
Rising Sun and his Tribal Ranch Family travel to Ireland to assist Fin in helping his Irish family. While there they fight a German Army to free Fin’s relatives. Fin and Rising Sun take most of Fin’s family to America to settle in a Colorado Valley. There are many adventures and action for Rising Sun while in Ireland and on their journey to the Colorado Valley.
If you enjoyed reading the Rising Sun Series then you will want to read the book “The Cherokee Kidd”
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The Cherokee Kidd
The Cherokee Kidd’s Cherokee name was Running Buffalo of the Missouri Nations. He left home with a Mountain Man and headed for the Rockies.
When he left the Rockies, he went home to find his only sister murdered. His adventures start with a Blood Hunt looking for the 5 men who killed his sister.
The Blood Hunt for The Cherokee Kidd is full of action and adventure. The Cherokee Kidd is said to be the fastest gun in the world. The adventure will keep you on the end of your seat and not stop reading until you finish the book.
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