Wounded and in desperate need of help, David Walker survives the treacherous journey to Purgatory, Texas, to reach Hannah, the blue-eyed orphan girl of his childhood memories. Torn between the white man's world and his Indian heritage, David wonders if he will be saved or damned. Original.
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