Abducted by Blackfoot Indians, Martha Vinings fears for her very life. But in the camp of her captors, she unexpectedly learns the true meaning of freedom.
After serving in the Civil War, Clay Culver vows never to fight again . . . until he gets word of his sister’s abduction and has to wage a war of his own.
Clay’s search takes him deep into the heart of a savage conflict raging among the Blackfoot, the Crow, and the Union soldier profiteers he despises. And he’ll stop at nothing to rescue his sister—even if she doesn’t want to be saved.
“Rarely has an author painted the great American West in strokes so bold, vivid, and true.”—Ralph Compton
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About Charles G. West
Charles G. West lives in Ocala, Florida. His fascination with and respect for the pioneers who braved the wild frontier of the great American West inspire him to devote his full time to writing historical novels.
Published by Berkley Sep 03, 2002| 304 Pages| ISBN 9781101209622