Fighting Caravans ...

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Grosset & Dunlap, 1931 - American fiction - 361 pages
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As children, Clint "Buff" Belmet and May Bell meet and promise to always love each other as they travel west with their families. But a few years later Indians kill Buff's parents and kidnap May. Buff becomes a wagon driver so he can look for May, but chances are he'll run into his mortal enemy Lee Murdock and find himself fighting for his life.

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I have mixed feelings about Fighting Caravans by Zane Grey. On the one hand this was a thrilling adventure story, but on the other, his historical facts were few and far between. This is the story of ... Read full review


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