Lewis and Clark: Murder on the Natchez Trace
Lewis and Clark: Murder on the Natchez Trace details two amazing journeys both centered around the death of Meriwether Lewis, co-leader of the famed expedition of 1804-06, who was found dead at a roadside inn on an old indian trail in Tennessee known as the Natchez Trace. Was it suicide... or murder? Deep in the War of 1812, his best friend and co-leader, now governor of the Missouri Territories, William Clark, commissions four former members of the expedition to find out the truth. Its a journey that will take them from the deep wilderness of the Cherokee and the Blackfeet indians to the burnt out city of the nation's capital, from the magnificent estate of a former president to the great battlefields of the war.
The reader is given a chance to join the famed expedition of 1804-06, as they discover the beginnings of friendships that will be forged in adventure and a life and death struggle for survival. We dig deep to unearth the backstories of both Lewis and Clark as well as the four men who are on a quest to seek justice in a wild era in our history.