Ambush at Apache Pass

by Leslie, Frank, 1963-

Format: Print Book 2014
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Shaler North Hills Library Western PB WESTERN LESLIE
Location  Shaler North Hills Library
 
Collection  Western PB
 
Call Number  WESTERN LESLIE
 
 
Summary
Before he rode a black stallion, young Yakima Henry was a scout for the Arizona cavalry outpost Fort Hell, so named for its unforgiving desert locale and the many fearsome dangers that were all but routine....

When Chiricahua Apaches attack a stagecoach bound for Fort Hell, Yakima Henry and fellow scout Seth Barksdale rush to defend it--only to discover that one of the fallen Apache is a blond-haired, blue-eyed white boy. This is shocking news to the fort's commanding officer, Colonel Ephraim Alexander. Years ago, his family was kidnapped during an Apache attack, and his desperate search was cut short by orders to evacuate. If this white Apache warrior is his son, can his wife and daughter still be alive?

The colonel charges Yakima and Seth to lead a search party. Riding as far as the forbidding Shadow MontaƱas in Mexico, they come up against a ruthless warrior queen--a beautiful blond white woman with cornflower blue eyes. Can this unlikely leader of the fierce Winter Wolf People and a pack of ex-Confederate desperadoes actually be the colonel's long-lost daughter? As bullets fly and blood paints the desert red, Yakima and Seth grow ever more determined to find the truth.

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Additional Information
Series Leslie, Frank, 1963- Apache wars novel.
Subjects Scouts (Reconnaissance) -- West (U.S.) -- Fiction.
Apache Indians -- Wars -- Fiction.
Western stories.
Publisher New York, New York :Signet, an imprint of New American Library, a division of Penguin Group (USA) LLC,2014
Language English
Description 287 pages ; 17 cm.
ISBN 9780451469649 (pbk.)
045146964X (pbk.)
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