"Born the son of a great warrior, raised by frontier settlers, Touch the Sky abandoned the white man's world to find his place among the Cheyenne. But never would the youth forget his adopted parents' love and kindness. And when the Hanchons fell victim to a gang of ruthless outlaws, Touch the Sky swore to save them-even if it meant losing the trust he'd risked his life to win from his tribe."--BOOK COVER.
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