But Abigail was soon to learn how frail even this man's strength and spirit were in the face of the dangers and terrors of the West - where white settlers were little more than barbarians, and where savage Indians ruled a vast land of virgin plains and unmapped mountains, like kings. As a captive of a Sioux chieftain, Abigail was fated to experience a living hell.
©1993 Kay L. McDonald; (P)2006 Books in Motion
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"A GOOD STORY FROM HALF WAY"
THE BOOK WAS QUITE GOOD I ENJOYED THE SECOND PART MORE THE INDIANS AND THERE LIFE STYLE KEPT MY INTEREST I AN SORRY TO SAY I DID NOT CARE FOR THE NARRATOR
WHEN THE IRISH WAS USED IT MADE ME CRINGE BUT IF YOU CAN FORGIVE THE IRISH ITS WORTH A LOOK
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