San Leandro, CA, December 24, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- In June 2011, Alfred Patrick released his new novel, "Justice Beyond The Trail's End." He had authored and released his first novel, "Silent Hawk" in 2007.
Both novels are carried under the Silent Hawk Books. Prior to 2011, "Silent Hawk" was carried in 200 businesses in Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota and South Dakota. With the new release of "Justice Beyond The Trail's End," Silent Hawk Books began expanding their market to additional states and to new areas, such as libraries and the internet with its new website, www.silenthawkbooks.yolasite.com.
"Justice Beyond The Trail's End" is the story of a young man named Joshua Parker, who was raised on an Iowa farm. He sought a life of adventure, and against his family's wishes, joined the Union Army at seventeen, and served as sharpshooter in the War Between The States. After the war, Joshua became a U.S. Marshal in Iowa and then the rugged new Wyoming Territory. He found the adventure and danger he desired, and a love he cherished;, but the lifestyle had a price...a price that could destroy him.
"Silent Hawk" is story of the Templeton family going west to Montana during the gold rush at Alder Gulch in 1863. They find the ruthless camp is besieged by murderous road agents and lawmen that are led by the corrupt Sheriff Henry Plummer. Hezekiah, the teenage son, and his friend, Isaac, find the lawless camp filled with intrigue and adventure. They befriend an old Indian that is surrounded by mystical Indian Spirits, and discover their fathers are dangerously involved with the local vigilantees. Hezekiah finds young romance with a saloon maiden and encounters a fire and brimstone preacher. All these life experiences and tribulations become insignificant when Hezekiah's life suddenly takes a dramatic turn that will thrust him into manhood and change his life forever.
Alfred Patrick is available for information, book orders, your book review, or chat at email@example.com.