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Bitterroot: Mountain man Barnaby Skye agrees to take a Quaker missionary, Dr. William Penn Sitgreaves, along with his wife Abigail and his party, to Owen's Fort in the Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. There, the Quakers intend to begin a mission to the Native Americans. Skye quickly discovers that Dr. Sitgreaves, far from being a soft man, has a backbone of steel and he'll need it to found a mission in the wilds. Sundance: Along the Oregon Trail, a war party of Lakota Sioux rob Con Brann of all that he holds dear, most devastatingly, his daughter Hester. Barnaby Skye endeavors to help Brann, even as the Sioux, 10,000 strong, gather to celebrate their ancient Sun Dance ritual, praying for vengeance upon their enemies including Skye. Honor-bound to rescue the young girl, Skye must infiltrate their sacred ceremony...even though discovery means horrible death.
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Baker County Library WHEELER (Richard) - Skye's West BK 05-06 (Text) 37814003304392 FICTION - NEW WESTERN Book System_Only_3months 08/10/2020 In transit -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781250244116
  • ISBN: 1250244110
  • Physical Description: 694 pages ; 19 pages.
  • Edition: First edition.
  • Publisher: New York : Forge, 2020.

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General Note:
Bitterroot ©1991 ; Sundance ©1992.
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Formatted Contents Note:
Bitterroot -- Sundance.
Summary, etc.:
Bitterroot: Mountain man Barnaby Skye agrees to take a Quaker missionary, Dr. William Penn Sitgreaves, along with his wife Abigail and his party, to Owen's Fort in the Bitterroot Valley of western Montana. There, the Quakers intend to begin a mission to the Native Americans. Skye quickly discovers that Dr. Sitgreaves, far from being a soft man, has a backbone of steel and he'll need it to found a mission in the wilds. Sundance: Along the Oregon Trail, a war party of Lakota Sioux rob Con Brann of all that he holds dear, most devastatingly, his daughter Hester. Barnaby Skye endeavors to help Brann, even as the Sioux, 10,000 strong, gather to celebrate their ancient Sun Dance ritual, praying for vengeance upon their enemies including Skye. Honor-bound to rescue the young girl, Skye must infiltrate their sacred ceremony...even though discovery means horrible death.
Subject: Skye, Barnaby (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Kidnapping > Fiction.
Rescues > Fiction.
Montana > Fiction.
Genre: Western fiction.
Historical fiction.
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