Following the discovery of two graves dating back to the 1700s, Dr. Wyatt Henderson is transported back through time to historic Boonesborough, Kentucky, where he meets Daniel Boone, Simon Kenton, and other historic pioneer figures as they live off the land, survive conflicts with local Indians, and fight for survival on a daily basis.
The Incident at Otter Creek, a work of historical fiction, is a realistic portrayal of life for the early pioneers who traveled along the Boone Trace and settled Fort Boonesborough, and the story of one twenty-first century man who learns to live, and love, in an eighteenth century world.
Front cover image: Daniel Boone (1734-1820), North American Pioneer, Oil and Tempera On Panel, 1939, by N.C. Wyeth from the “America in The Making Series”.
Proceeds from the sale of this book will also help other communities and organizations preserve their history through Our American Heritage Project, a non-profit organization.
About The Author
“Well-researched historical fiction that is vivid, realistic and powerful…accurate and rich portrayal writer of American history.”-—Jessica James, multi award-winning historical novelist and author of Shades of Gray.
“Developer of page-turner historical fiction that gives a real feel for Kentucky politics and life.”- —Michael Embry, author of Reunion of Familiar Strangers
“An author of diligent historical research that lets us relive very daring and dangerous times.”- —Susan B. Dyer, author of Lincoln’s Advocate: The Life of Judge Joseph Holt and historical restoration authority
“Novels filled with good characters and a few bad ones…honest dialogue and vivid scenes from another time and place.”- – Lessons in Life, Kentucky review
Book DetailsAuthor: Ed Ford
Product Dimensions: 6" x 9"
Cover Type: Hardcover