Chiricahua

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iUniverse, Jun 26, 2006 - Fiction - 250 pages
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J. Mason Davis is a troubled half-breed youth raised by his wealthy father in New York City. When his rebellious ways land him in serious trouble, Mason is sent West to relatives on the San Carlos Indian Reservation. There, he is forced to confront his Indian heritage and a new way of life in a harsh and hostile land. Follow his footsteps as he strives to overcome many obstacles and severe challenges on his way to becoming Massai, great Chiricahua warrior.

Action, suspense, drama and romance all unfold as Massai struggles to unlock shocking family secrets while facing life and death battles with formidable enemies.

Cochise was a great Chief and Geronimo was a feared warrior of the Chiricahua tribe. Now comes Massai, leader of the Apache Nation's next generation.

"Mr. Dennis has superbly captured the essence of the turn-of-the-century Southwest territory, its native people, and those on both sides of the law who made that untamed land their home. His characters come alive and keep you turning the pages. An excellent read." Eddie A. Owens.. Clayton Today Newspaper

. "Readers of adventure and readers of romance will both find Chiricahua satisfying." Sue Ann Jaffarian, Author-Odelia Grey mysteries.

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Dennis retired after a rewarding career as an executive working in the newspaper industry.

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