Ghost Wolf of Thunder Mountain: Frontier Stories
Here are five vivid tales of the frontier by consummate storyteller Will Henry, whose stories "pull the reader feet-first into worlds that have vanished, except from the pages of books" (Santa Fe Reporter). Among them is "Wolf-Eye", in which Arizona Territory rancher Jim Lewis buys a German Shepherd puppy whose owner was destroying him. The dog, a throwback to the wolf strain, learns to shepherd cattle with uncanny intelligence. And "Ghost Wolf of Thunder Mountain" is a different kind of story about a different kind of wolf, whose cry is a harbinger of death.
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