Rawhide Robinson Rides a Dromedary

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Speaking Volumes - Fiction - 392 pages

SPUR AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR

ROD MILLER

“Miller’s solid historical research is bound to win him a lifetime of dedicated fans . . . and I am one of those fans.”—Loren D. Estleman, author of The Ballad of Black Bart

RAWHIDE ROBINSON RIDES A DROMEDARY:

THE TRUE TALE OF A WILD WEST CAMEL CABALLERO

Rawhide Robinson sails across the sea to help the Army acquire camels for military service in the desert Southwest. With Major Benjamin Wayne and Ensign Ian Scott, our ordinary cowboy teams up with camel trainer Harry and his precocious orphaned niece Hurry to fight off the evil Hasan Hussein and his henchman Balaban to fulfill their mission. Back in America, the ungainly camels cause nothing but upheaval. Army and civilian packers claim the camels are no match for their mules, and a desert challenge is mounted. Will Harry and Hurry and Rawhide Robinson convince the army that camels are the way to go? Find out as an ordinary cowboy becomes a camel caballero.


 

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Chapter
Chapter Four
Chapter Seven
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Chapter Twelve
Chapter Fourteen
Chapter Seventeen
Chapter Nineteen
Chapter TwentyTwo
Chapter TwentyFour
Chapter TwentySeven
Chapter TwentyNine
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Rod Miller is a four-time winner and six-time finalist for the Western Writers of America Spur Award, recognized for novels, short stories, poems, and a song. He writes fiction, poetry, and history related to the American West, and his work has been featured in numerous anthologies and magazines. Read more at writerRodMiller.com and writerRodMiller.blogspot.com. And be sure to visit RawhideRobinson.com.

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