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Sacred Is the Wind
Sacred Is the Wind
Author: Kerry Newcomb
ISBN-13: 9780312986186
ISBN-10: 0312986181
Publication Date: 6/16/2003
Pages: 352
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Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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The war betweeen the white man and the Cheyenne was over then the killing began ...

Exiled from his Northern tribe, sent to the Southern Cheyenne as they were leaving their ancestral ways behind, Panther Burn saw his people becoming slaves, and knew he had found a war... Scarred by an Indian ambush, Jubal Bragg led a vicious frontier militia, and knew, when he saw the wild, bare-chested Panther Burn ride into Castle Rock, that killing was at hand.

A lie, an act of violence, and then a senseless slaughter turn Panther Burn into a renegade and Bragg into a murderer. Now, between two men and two cultures, the last epic struggle of the frontier has begun. And when it is over, a generation later, a story of courage, passion, love and tragedy will haunt the Western wind forever.