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Ghost Dancer
Ghost Dancer
Author: Fela Dawson Scott
ISBN: 1863

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It held my interest until the end. An indian maiden is in the spotlight here
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GHOST DANCER 4/1992 ISBN: 0843932694
Torn Between Two Worlds - She was the Ghost Dancer, spiritual leader of the Nahhe Lakohta. Born the daughter of pioneers, she had never doubted that her destined place was with the Indians who had rescued her from a Cheyenne massacre - or that she was the one chosen to guide her people to a land of great peace. But to Captain Cameron Wade, she was an enigma. From the moment he beheld her, he was fascinated by the white woman who lived among the savages. As his wonder grew, so did his burning desire to claim the strong-willed maiden as his own. Yet he knew that he would need all his courage to conquer the challenges of two different worlds, or he would lose forever the heartrending ecstasy of life with the ... Ghost Dancer.