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Battle Cry
Battle Cry
Author: Ken Englade
The fourth title in a frontier series set in the 1850s follows the battles of the Cheyenne with the Army, the Mormons with a train of settlers, and the law with the lawless. Original.
ISBN-13: 9780061009440
ISBN-10: 006100944X
Publication Date: 5/1997
Pages: 304
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Publisher: Harpercollins (Mm)
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The fourth book in the People of the Plains saga.
"The Cheyenne are on the attack, taking hostages, killing settlers, and attracting the attention of Washington. Again, the Army is ordered into action. In the meantime, a train full of emigrants is heading further west, to Fort Laramie and beyond. Traveling in disguise is Benoit's and Dobb's old enemby 'Notch' Henderson, still in possession of the money he'd stolen earlier. As Benoit races madly to intercept the train and arrest Henderson, a group of Mormons in Southern Utah devise a plan to stop the train for good. Religious bigotry, revenge, and the bitterness between North and South heat up to a fever pitch. Now Benoit, Dobbs, and the entire nation must face a struggle with age old questions that pit loyalty to the past against the individualism of the future."