In the new Wild West television show, "Cardiff Files," written by David Thompson, an escaped circus performer named Remy is hired to find the escaped carnival Barker, Muff Potter. Their first big score involves a pair of horses that are on the run from a band of Indians. The horses lead the two men on a wild chase through the desert that takes them through a series of dangerous situations and ends with the horses and their rescuers on the side of the desert. It is up to Remy and Muff to find the treasure while facing many obstacles along the way. In his latest book, "Black Powder Justice," Thompson once again brings us a story about a wild west mountain man. In this book, mountain man David Thompson has returned to reclaim what was once his. He has not returned alone, as in previous books in the wilderness series, but has taken along a small group of his descendants. This time he sends them on a dangerous mission to find a band of outlaws that have eloped with a prize they claim is worth millions. It is up to Remy and his cousin Marley to prevent the evil plaguing the Wild West from taking over. Along the way, they encounter the same evil forces that caused the original rise of the mountain man, so they must work together if they are to succeed. In addition, they must also overcome other hardships brought upon them by the Wild West such as dehydration, lack of food, and the cold. Because of their environment, wilderness books require an adventurous spirit and courage. However, most of all, they require that one has to take a step outside of comfort in order to change their life. Unlike other wilderness series, the Black Powder Justice novel is at times similar to a Western for its plot. There is a town called Black Pine just north of the Continental Divide that shares a general road with the larger town of Cody. The reason for this is that the road from Cody is difficult for wagon cars to travel on due to the terrain. However, there are few hotels and stores available in the town and the mountain man will do what he can to build the town's infrastructure, including a store. Because this is the case, a map of the area is also included with the purchase of the Hard Case Book of Mountain Man by L. J. Libiran. Because of the popularity of the Hard Case Book of Mountain Man, there has been several subsequent publications based off of the same story. The majority of these follow the same basic plot, although some have differences depending on the edition of the book itself. Most of them are set in the present day. No one is aware that the author, although dead, wrote twelve more books in the series. However, some of the stories are based around events that took place years ago when the writer was alive. Others were based around events that took place during the writer's time in the future. The main characters in the series are Mark Twain, Huckleberry Finn, Sitting Bull, Tom Sawyer, and Will Sasso. All of these authors are quite well known for their adventures in the wilderness and most of these books take place in the Mississippi river area. Some of the main themes that run throughout each of these books in the series are adventure, morality, and how people deal with the wild. The main characters' personalities also change as the story progresses from one book to another. There is also a series of books written about the life of Mark Twain as well as many others who also lived in and loved the Great Depression. These books also deal with the issues that helped make America a better place. Other themes that are touched upon in these books are spiritual growth, family, nature, and even medicine. In addition, there are a number of animal lovers that would enjoy these books very much. One of the best things about reading wilderness adventure and western book series is that they are available to everyone, no matter what their age is. Although these books do contain strong language, and some readers may find them disturbing at times, it is important to note that they can be enjoyed by all ages. The primary objective of these books is for the reader to have an experience that allows them to look at life differently. Whether it is a very sad ending or a happy one, the reader will be able to find something to cheer up about after a rough adventure.