They had sworn to kill each other--an Army scout haunted by the brutal slaughter of his wife and child, and a fierce Comanche warrior who'd suffered his people's tragic losses. It's only a matter of time before these two enemies meet on the battlefield . . . in a bloody showdown that can end only one way.
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