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The Ghost Walker: Legend Of Chief Jim (The Selocta Stories) (Volume 2)

Cabot Barden

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ISBN 10: 1535010606 / ISBN 13: 9781535010603
Published by CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016
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Title: The Ghost Walker: Legend Of Chief Jim (The ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2016

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Edition: Large Print.

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The untold story of Jim Fife. Friend of Selocta chinnabee, hero of the Creek Indian War. After Selocta's untimely death in 1835, Jim tries to find a new life, but Selocta's family, who were guarnteed they could stay at their home in Alabama, have been abducted and taken to Arkansas on the Trail Of Tears. Now it is up to Jim and Selocta's son to rescue Rahel and her daughter, with the help of Jackson's Cherokee princess squaw and a mysterious old medicine man. Jim fights many battles. He ends up surrendering his soul to the Lord and becomes a minister of The Word. There are scoundrels afoot in this book. There are unexpected heroes, and even a few ghosts along the way. No one knows when JIm died. There is no date of his death. We only know he was buried in his yard in Eastaboga, Al. Follow the story of Jim, Rachel, Bluebird, and Joe in this quest for love and truth.

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Cabot Barden, a native of Sylacauga, AL is a musician/singer/songwriter and the author of five other novels, It’s The Bass Player, Dynamite Runs In The Family, Shamrocks and Skallywags, Shillelaghes And Scoundrels, and I Will War No More (Selocta‘s Story). It’s The Bass Player was endorsed by best selling author Clive Cussler and was the runner up for the 2011 Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Literary Fiction with Toby’s Mixed Blessings taking the coveted award home in 2012. Dynamite Runs In the Family has won the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for 2014 and has received five 5-star reviews from Shamrocks and Skallywags won the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Historical Fiction in 2015, along with a thumbs up from the New York Times. His fifth book Shillelaghs And Scoundrels has won the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for 2016. It is also endorsed by Barden’s friend, Clive Cussler, as well as his first book. His sixth book, I Will War No More is about the Creek Indian War and the aftermath, as told by legendary Indian hero Selocta Chinnabee. Cabot has experienced many similar adventures which are described in his first three books. His sixth book, I Will War No more, is now on the Bestseller Publishers list. Since the age of 14, Cabot has played in bands. He has recorded in studios in Birmingham, AL, Nashville, TN and several other cities. He is a member of the Nashville Songwriter's Association International, ASCAP, NABE, president of the Central Alabama Writer’s Guild and is an honorary member of the National Underwater and Marine Agency, which is owned by his friend, best selling author Clive Cussler.

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