Man without medicine: a western story

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Five Star, Nov 1, 1996 - Fiction - 236 pages
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One of the great Plains warriors, Daha-hen is now fifty-three and raising horses on the edge of the Kiowan reservation. When his cherished herd is run off by unscrupulous Texans, Daha-hen rides 75 miles in the wrong direction to get permission from the Indian Agency to leave the reservation. Accompanied by a young Indian outcast, Daha-hen is about to make his last raid.

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Cynthia Haselhoff was born in Vernon, Texas, and named after Cynthia Ann Parker, perhaps the best-known of 19th Century white female Indian captives. The history and legends of the West were part of her upbringing in Arkansas. Haselhoff once said, a oeI love the West, perhaps not all of its reality, for much of it was cruel and hard, but certainly its dream and hopea ]a The Chains of Sarai Stone is her sixth frontier novel.

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