The Lone Pine Western Series Trilogy contains three of the award-winning author's favorite western editions, full of memorable characters and Native American lore. Three Days in Lone Pine kicks off the series with a strange yet enlightening tale surrounding the historical first climbs (1873) of Mt. Whitney, highest peak in the contiguous USA, located amid the High Sierra Range of eastern California. The spirits of Indian legend regarding the early, ill-fated climbs do indeed come to life in this extremely well-written account, which brings an unforgettable cast of characters together and lays the groundwork for more of the same: Still Waters: Legend of the White Wolf, and Moon of the White Wolf continue this unique series among the wondrous, standing rock formations of the area, where motion pictures have w been filmed for over eight decades. Mr. Taylor truly brings his stories to life amidst this rugged and picturesque landscape, and introduces characters to us that we will indeed long remember. What are you waiting for? Saddle up and ride along with us into the Lone Pine Western Series.. . Enjoy!
Award-winning author, Mark Stephen Taylor, does occasional weekend book signings (weather permitting) at the 'Lone Pine Rock and Gift Shop', and also at the 'Lone Star Bistro', a most unique coffee shop, both signing locations located in Lone Pine, California, at the base of Mt. Whitney, where the author now resides. Information on contacting Mr. Taylor personally can be found within the pages of his books. He claims to be nobody special, and loves to hear from his readers. (Note: The books included in this series are also available individually in paper and Kindle versions)