Kurt James known as the “Colorado Storyteller” and master of the western adventure now brings the Rocky Mountains to you a thrilling high altitude mystery from the Never Summer Mountains called The Daunting.
The Daunting – Former Green Beret and native Coloradoan Micah Trask went missing in the autumn of 1972 into the remote wilderness of Rocky Mountain National Park. Grand County, Colorado Undersheriff Dane Lee was Micah’s best friend and for 4 frustrating years there was never a clue about how or why Micah vanished into the mountain mist.
In the autumn of 1976 Craig Dale a wildlife photographer and author also disappeared into the obscure mountains leaving behind an unfinished manuscript named “The Daunting.” Within the pages of Craig’s book were clues about Micah and perhaps 6 other men that may have vanished within the boundaries of the Never Summer Mountains of the park.
Follow in the footsteps of Dane Lee and his girlfriend Deputy Sheriff Nickey Lynn Chavez as they try to unravel the mystery surrounding those that have faded into the secluded, unknown just below timberline. Not only does Dane Lee must rely on Deputy Chavez but also his own Ute Indian heritage and the visions of his Great Grandfather the famous mountain man Matt Lee who the Ute Indians used to call “Ghost.”
Explore the Rocky Mountains in this tale of love, revenge, and murder with an ending you will not see coming.
This story The Daunting by author Kurt James begs you to answer this question: What would you do if your best friend vanished?
What folks are saying:
Sep 19, 2018
Thomas Post rated it 5 STARS on Goodreads
It was amazing
Great book as all of Kurt James books are. I downloaded last night and finished it this morning. This one is a little more modern and set in the year 1976 in Rocky Mountain National Park. It has the typical Colorado western flair that all James books do, but with a mystery and thriller to boot. Highly recommended.
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