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Jerry L. Maurer Explores Adventure and Family in “The Curse of the Tribe: Book One: The Curse Seeks a Family”

Freeport, TX – WEBWIRE

Jerry L. Maurer, a product of the rugged Appalachian Mountains, emerged from a hardscrabble farm into a life thoroughly engrossed in the wonders of nature. Born into a family of avid outdoorsmen, He cultivated a great love for hunting, fishing, camping, and hiking from an early age. His fascination with the tales of mountain men engaging with indigenous cultures, coupled with a penchant for Westerns and science fiction, laid the foundation for his unique storytelling style. After relocating his family to Colorado and completing a Master’s degree, He explored the ranch life, mastering skills such as riding, roping, and horseshoeing. This background, combined with years of leading horse trips and guiding youth through the Colorado wilderness, fueled the creation of this historical fiction masterpiece.

Set against the backdrop of the sixteenth century, before the arrival of Europeans, the story unfolds as a twenty-first-century adventurer, known as “Chee,” stumbles upon a tribe of hunter-gatherers on the brink of extinction. Among them is a young girl marked as a curse due to a deformity. The author creates a narrative of survival, love, and acceptance as Chee forms a group of young individuals determined to bring hope to the tribe. The plot explores themes of courage, strength, and the quest for a sense of belonging.

“The Curse of the Tribe” goes beyond a thrilling adventure, aiming to impart important lessons to its readers. Jerry L. Maurer clearly expressed his hope that readers would experience the joy of adventure and recognize the importance of relationships and family. The book shows the unstoppable human spirit, emphasizing values such as loyalty, respect, and the power of working together. Quotes from the book offer a peek into these important lessons, allowing readers to think about the deeper meanings of the story.

Jerry L. Maurer’s work invites readers on a journey beyond time and space. With every page, the reader is transported into a world of wilderness camping, survival, and the bonds that define us.

To experience the gripping narrative and uncover the secrets of the tribe, readers are encouraged to grab a copy of “The Curse of the Tribe” and delve into a story that promises adventure, love, and the importance of family. Visit

About the author

Jerry L. Maurer grew up on a hardscrabble farm in the Appalachian Mountains. Born into a family of outdoorsmen, he learned to love hunting, fishing, camping and hiking. He enjoyed the stories of the mountain men interacting with the indigenous cultures and became a fan of westerns and science fiction. Upon moving his family to Colorado and finishing a Master’s degree, he worked on several ranches learning to ride, rope and shoe horses. Subsequently, he spent many years leading horse trips, packing gear and guiding youth into the Colorado wilderness. His studies of the Anasazi and other indigenous cultures and many hours around a campfire gave rise to this historical fiction of life among the hunter/gatherers before the coming of the Europeans.

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