John Curry is riding to save the life of an Indian child when he's thrown from his horse and into the arms of a married woman with a jealous husband. Unless Curry rides again, three people will die.
This book is set later in time then most of Zane Grey's books. There are automobiles.
My biggest probem with tihis book is the main female characters, both of whom are fooled by men and don't learn from thier mistakes at all. I wish women weren't really that gulable but I know we are often blinded by our own emotional needs ansee what we want to see in men to our eternal sorrow, but one character here takes being a fool to a level of high art.
I don't recommend wasting a credit on this one.
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