Gathering Storm, Volume 2
In 1837, white settlers came to the Northwest, forging a delicate peace with the Nez Perce Indians, and for the first time, John Crane met his half-brother Tall Bird, face-to-face. But the discovery of gold shattered the promise of peace and changed the brothers' destinies forever. First in the trilogy is Distant Trails (Jove, 9/92).
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