When Tanning Masters is taken in by Sir Wilfred Masters, he is trained to be a business accountant in England-but a grand adventure awaits him far beyond England's shores. As Tan grows up, he is sent first to France, and then to a remote trading post in Rupert's Land to work for the Hudson's Bay Company. In the rough Canadian West, Tan's skills as a gunsmith and blacksmith prove useful. However, when his old enemy arrives and begins pillaging the land, Tan quickly finds himself in a precarious position-and on the run from a dangerous criminal.
After a harrowing accident leaves him stranded, Tan finds a place where he can build his life anew. But will his enemy find him again? How will Tan obtain his inheritance and cause it to increase?
About the Author
E.R. Nicodemus was born in Dawson Creek, British Columbia. His hobbies include pioneering and canoeing, and he holds a diploma in Forestry Technology. His cultural and linguistic studies of indigenous peoples during missions training has helped him in his twenty-five years of experience. His home is in Moncton, New Brunswick.
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