Richard Jensen Announces Release of ‘The Fur-Lined Crypt’

Historically accurate novel sheds light on hardships and challenges faced by men in North America during the 18th century.

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This historically accurate chronicle threads an intriguing yarn of human perseverance through the pain and anguish of living in isolation far from loved ones.

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) October 24, 2013

With a keen interest in the early years of the fur trade, author Richard Jensen decided it was time to pen a story that presented his love of the trade to the world. “The Fur-Lined Crypt” (published by Trafford Publishing) is his dream turned into reality.

Jensen invites readers to experience the adventures of the 18th century as his book takes them into the harsh and unforgiving life of the men in the early North American fur trade. “With grit and courage,” says Jensen, “these men moved through the uncharted to unveil the mysteries of the hinterland, thus opening the way for civilization and settlement of a new continent. They lifted the veil of distance and found ways to overcome the inhospitable climate that hid the land’s wealth and potential.”

The book also looks at the various forts and trading centers scattered around the rugged land that provided a vital service to the traders and offered a unique entrance into the continent’s heartland. “This historically accurate chronicle threads an intriguing yarn of human perseverance through the pain and anguish of living in isolation far from loved ones,” states Jensen.

“The Fur-Lined Crypt”
By Richard Jensen
Hardcover | 6 x 9 in | 360 pages | ISBN 9781426946578
Softcover | 6 x 9 in | 360 pages | ISBN 9781426946561
E-Book | 360 pages | ISBN 9781426946585
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Born in 1934, Richard Jensen grew up on a modest prairie farm in southern Alberta, Canada. He obtained a petroleum engineering degree from the University of Oklahoma. Over the years he landed a series of executive positions which led to a partnership with Thomson-Jensen Petroleum’s Limited in Calgary, Canada. As partner and chief executive of this company, he became interested in The Hudson’s Bay Company, an ancient firm that was once controlled by The Thomson Organization. Now retired, Jensen and his wife, Irene, reside in Scottsdale. He is also the author of “Don’t Drink the Water,” a self-published biography.

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