Swimming Man Burning: A Rip-Roaring Novel Of The American West Terrence Kilpatrick

ISBN: 9780874172195

Published: September 1st 1993

Paperback

240 pages


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Swimming Man Burning: A Rip-Roaring Novel Of The American West  by  Terrence Kilpatrick

Swimming Man Burning: A Rip-Roaring Novel Of The American West by Terrence Kilpatrick
September 1st 1993 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 240 pages | ISBN: 9780874172195 | 9.25 Mb

In this fast-paced, darkly comic tale of the Old West, originally published in 1977, Terrence Kilpatrick has taken a sharp, unsettling look at America one hundred years ago - a country still in the making, but only too familiar. Clay Benton, a trapper and trader, is cornered in a deadly Indian ambush and spared by his attackers only to be forced to undertake a most improbable mission.

He must guide four Indian warriors - chosen from the most powerful plains tribes - to Washington, D. C., where they will attempt to locate the secret of the white mans power from President Ulysses S. Grant. The four braves - Manuel Choke Breath, Noisy Walking, Little Rabbit, and Gray Owl - prepare themselves for a long, hard battle. Benton prepares himself for an impossible job of babysitting. What happens to them all is something else again.



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