Captive Treasure

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Bob Jones University Press, 1988 - Fiction - 167 pages
3 Reviews
The long days on the trail were filled with excitement for adventurous Carrie Talbot. And at the end of the trail waited more adventure -- she was going to start a brand new life at the Indian mission established by her uncle. Then a sudden encounter with an Indian raiding party left Carrie with more excitement than she wanted. As she rode off helplessly with her captors, frantic thoughts raced through Carrie's mind. Why was one of the Indians so interested in the family Bible she had managed to save? How could she escape? Even if she did, how could she ever find the wagon train again? The raiding party took Carrie deep into the wilderness to a Cheyenne camp on the banks of a distant river. There Carrie met the Indian called the Keeper and began a life far different from any she had ever imagined. - Back cover.

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Contents

The JumpingOff Point
1
Dusty Trails
13
Warriors Moon
27
Copyright

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About the author (1988)

Howard is both a writer and a teacher.

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