The Trail to Santa Rosa

The Trail to Santa Rosa Brooke Lonesome is a Missouri legend who disappeared into the mountains long ago Katie Wells is a slightly past her prime saloon girl with a young boy to raise Haunted by the past a chance meeting in

  • Title: The Trail to Santa Rosa
  • Author: Bobby Underwood
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 193
  • Format: Paperback
  • Brooke Lonesome is a Missouri legend who disappeared into the mountains long ago Katie Wells is a slightly past her prime saloon girl with a young boy to raise Haunted by the past, a chance meeting in Sonora with a kindly Mexican grape grower offers a second chance for both The second sprawling and emotional story in the Wild Country saga gives readers a chance to revisBrooke Lonesome is a Missouri legend who disappeared into the mountains long ago Katie Wells is a slightly past her prime saloon girl with a young boy to raise Haunted by the past, a chance meeting in Sonora with a kindly Mexican grape grower offers a second chance for both The second sprawling and emotional story in the Wild Country saga gives readers a chance to revisit their favorite characters from the first novel, while making friends with new ones The Trail to Santa Rosa is an intimate and emotional portrait of two damaged people looking for a second chance in an often unforgiving country Filled with colourful history and old fashioned western action, and sprinkled with humor, The Trail to Santa Rosa is a journey into a West that once was.

    • The Trail to Santa Rosa : Bobby Underwood
      193 Bobby Underwood
    • thumbnail Title: The Trail to Santa Rosa : Bobby Underwood
      Posted by:Bobby Underwood
      Published :2019-09-24T19:14:55+00:00

    About “Bobby Underwood”

    1. Bobby Underwood

      Bobby Underwood is a respected reviewer of classic films whose comments about Mrs Miniver, and The Bishop s Wife on were quoted in the Saturday Evening Post of Nov Dec 2006.He is the creator of the unique, darkly sensual and thought provoking Matt Ransom crime series set in the 22nd century, the old fashioned Wild Country Western series, the Nostalgia Crime series set during the 1940 s, and the exciting Seth Halliday crime series set in the present day His romantic endeavors include the anthologies, Lovers Tide, After Closing Time, and Where Lonely Lives His nine story anthology of mystery and suspense, The Unlocked Window, was written to pay homage to all the pulp writers who provided endless entertainment in the 1930s and 1940s for a penny per word, sometimes 1 2 penny per word He has also written one light and nostalgic science fiction novella, and a much serious science fiction novella In addition he has penned several romance novellas with an otherworldly theme, and a nostalgic stand alone Christmas story.His love of classic films from the 1930s and 40s influences his work at times, most notably in the Nostalgia Crime series His literary influences include Cornell Woolrich, Robert Nathan, John D MacDonald, Ed McBain, Earl Derr Biggers, Donald Hamilton, Zane Grey, Ross Macdonald, Tony Hillerman, and Jack Williamson among others.

    894 thoughts on “The Trail to Santa Rosa”

    1. Bobby Underwood's books are so refreshing. Wonderful characters, settings and creative prose make for a pleasant read. The Trail to Santa Rosa is the second in the Wild Country Series novellas. The author introduces a new character in this continuation of the series. It is the story of Brooke Lonesome, who after living a violent life during the Civil War, found peace and love in a woman he rescued from raiding indians. They built a beautiful life with their daughter in the High Sierras. Brooke's [...]


    2. "The Wild Country" saga continues in "The Trail to Santa Rosa" which had me hooked at the first chapter with new characters but also many from the first story. It had a "Gunsmoke" feel, meaning that sometimes Matt and his gang were not the central focus of the story but part of the story nevertheless. This romantic western was different from "Wild Country" but just as much heart! Bobby Underwood's western are exciting, heartfelt, character driven, romantic and suspenseful. A perfect read IMO! Th [...]


    3. It's been a long time since I read anything in this genre, but influenced by one of the review sites I was tempted to give it a go. I will be honest and say the cover isn't particularly appealing and a bit of a shame because it fails to do justice or convey the content of what is a really great story. The author has a very engaging style and really shines when it comes to the descriptive elements of his story. Creating characters that are bold and insight-fully drawn. It was a real joy to read.


    4. I'm not a big fan of westerns and was attracted by the blurb and other positive reviews. In a few short words it was a wonderful story and the genre/setting was almost secondary to me as the story arc is character driven. It was exceptionally well written and wonderfully descriptive at times with the author Bobby Underwood really getting to the soul of his characters. I hadn't realized how many books he has written and I will certainly be exploring more now.


    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *