Longhorn CountryeBook - 2005
He was a man of two tribes and the Comanche blood that flowed in his veins was that of one of the most savage raiders of the south-west. But a white man had raised him and there was as much hate as duty mixed in with those years. They called him Blaine, a name known far and wide across Texas: a man who said little and who was willing to be judged by his actions. He worked hard and fought hard, essentially a loner with a void in his heart that could never be filled. Unless he killed the man who had raised hima man to whom he owed everything. And Blaine always paid his debts.
Publisher: London : Robert Hale, , ©2005
Branch Call Number: FICTION Hat
Description: 1 online resource (157 pages)