Left for dead on the open plains at the tender age of three, the nameless orphan, found by the camp cook, struggles to survive in the old west. Earning a reputation he never wanted, he gains respect. Through failure and success, he finds himself torn between the family he loves and the reputation that haunts him. From the plains of the midwest to the deserts and mountains of Oregon, he learns the true meaning of life from both Indian and white man alike. Can he escape his name and make a normal life for his family? Holding strong at 5 stars on Amazon.
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Born in Portland, Oregon, Brett spent most of his youth exploring the mountains, deserts and canyons in the state, using many as backdrops for his stories. Hunting, fishing and camping, are just a few of his interests, primitive camping being the most relevant to his tales as they relate to the impossible struggle of his characters. His travels during his Navy service help add a diversity to the characters in his books. Currently residing in Central Oregon, he has 2 other titles, Among us, A Normal Child, the story of a developing serial killer and The Book, The Quest To Save Existence an epic fantasy/adventure, 20 years in the making, all available on Amazon.