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The Children of Heaven: Hunter’s Moon (Book One)


By Ray Battersby

Paperback | English

5.0 (1 review)

It is 1810. Aotearoa-New Zealand is a wild and untamed place and is populated almost entirely by Maori – The Children of Heaven.
Back in America, a frontiersman named Bret Walker is on a mission to ship a crate of army muskets back home to his wilderness settlement, at Snake River. He and his neighbours are under attack there by the local Gros Ventre native-American Indian tribe.
Unfortunately, the ship and crew he picks for the mission have different plans for both the muskets, and for him.
They set sail instead, to the Dutch East Indies, intending to sell him there, as a field slave.

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Additional information

156 × 234 mm
Paperback | 374 pages
Printed by
The CopyPress
Publication Date
April 2023
Paper Dart Publishing

1 review for The Children of Heaven: Hunter’s Moon (Book One)

  1. Susan

    I really enjoyed the book and will be on the lookout for the next book in the Trilogy. Easy reading – vivid descriptions & plenty of variations in the source of the action.

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