Only the most daring crossed the River of No Return to enter this wild, lawless region. Mountains laden with riches lured prospectors burning with gold fever. Easy money brought ruthless young men with guns for hire. And hidden amid the vast forests of white pine were the war ponies of Shoshoni and Nez Perce-- bloodthirsty Indian warriors who gathered to drive the white man from the red man's ancestral home.
As someone who lives in Idaho, I love books about Idaho. And this is an ok story. However, there's nothing actually Idahoan about it other than the fact that they call the capitol Boise; there's no real Idaho history or geography or anything in it.