"...compelling fiction, a fresh, insightful and compassionate tale of a tragic figure."
--Publishers Weekly on An Obituary for Major Reno
"Wheeler is a master storyteller whose many tales of the Westward Movement...weaves fact, fiction, and folklore into pure entertainment." --Library Journal on An Obituary for Major Reno
“A riveting re-creation of the tragic final years of an American legend."
— Booklist on Eclipse
"Wheeler brings readers a stunningly told and hitherto incomplete story of the tragic final chapter in the life of Meriwether Lewis, one of American history’s most famous and lasting characters." —The Denver Post
"It has become the author’s trademark to tell a vast historical drama through the eyes of multiple characters, and his skill at orchestrating massive movements is on display here... Wheeler powerfully presents manifest destiny in action."—Publishers Weekly
on The Fields of Eden
"...classic Wheeler. He is among the top living writers of Western historical novels–if not the best. In this book he knows his history, his subject and he lets his imagination run with them. He rolls it all into one terrific book that comes highly recommended."–Tulsa World
"This Montana writer has not only created enduring characters and stories, he has forever branded Western literature with his presence." –True West