The Oregon Chase
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The Oregon Chase by Jesse Storm

04/15/2022

Trip Waller is the best bounty hunter Oregon has to offer. He strives to keep the little town of Sumpter safe from outlaws during the period of constant conflict between the Indians and the government.

 

The love of his life is native woman Keema, and Trip feels that their relationship is blossoming into something beautiful.

 

One day, Keema’s people are attacked by Christopher Long and his gang. Long previously worked for the government before being suspended from his duties due to his hate for the natives and his violent nature. Nobody expects Long to take matters into his own hands and massacre countless natives.

 

When Keema’s chief and many of her own are killed, she sets out on a journey to avenge her people. And who better to help her than the most admired bounty hunter?

 

Together, Trip and Keema have to cross the Oregon and chase down Long and his gang. Long will have to answer to all of the damage he has caused. But will this finally bring about peace between Indians and white people?

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