A River Run Red
The colonists called the stalwart settler Boone. The Shawnees called him Sheltowee. Then the French led a raid that ended in the death of Boone's young cousin, and they learned to call Dan'l their enemy. Stalking his kinsman's killers through the untouched wilderness, Boone lived only for revenge. And even though the frontiersman was only one man against an entire army, he wouldn't rest until he defeated his murderous foes-or he himself went to meet his maker.
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