Apache Devil Author:Edgar Rice Burroughs Shoz-Dijiji, the Black Bear... a white man who believed himself to be a full blooded Apache, and who had dedicated his life to a feud against the treacherous "white eyes" who had invaded his country and destroyed his family... — To the pony soldiers and to white travellers he became known as the Apache Devil, a pitiless scourge who swep... more »t in, killed, took his vengeance, and slipped away without a trace. Thus Shoz-Dijiji, the adopted son of Geronimo, was honored in his tribe.
And even among his sworn enemies there were those who called him just, and a friend. One of these was a woman -- who loved Sho-Dijiji. But she was white -- an impossible obstacle to the racial pride of an Apache warrior.
So Sho-Dijiji continued to live his life of hate and loyalty and love, of running fights, of massacre and torture; until at last even the tribe of Geronimo signed a peace treaty with the white men -- and Sho-Dijiji learned that the woman he loved had been stolen by renegade white outlaws. Then Sho-Dijiji hunted as he had never hunted before.« less