Longshot (Cross and the Tomahawk Ser. , Vol. 3)

By: Ammerman, Mark

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Three men. Eight months. Fifteen hundred miles. A dauntless journey from the darkness to the light. "With the loss of the open forest - that great, green and once-boundless world that had called the Indian from his bed each morning since his forefathers first walked eastward to the sea - the New England Indian was a man without a soul. His bowstring grew limp, his arrows lay bent and broken in the browning ferns of the autumn of his race, and his tomahawk (long-since made of English steel) rusted in its scabbard. But he was a man. And the spirit of a man will not lie dormant forever, no matter how many seasons of darkness and despair have laid it low. Somehow he will rise again to run the old and shadowed paths of his forebears. But one Other runs the path as well, tirelessly pursuing. No man can run forever, and God never sleeps. " Mark Ammerman 301 pages, including historical notes and a bibliography. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

Title: Longshot (Cross and the Tomahawk Ser. , Vol. 3)

Author: Ammerman, Mark

Illustrator: Illustrated by Ammerman, Mark

Categories: Historical,

Publisher: Camp Hill, Pa, U. S. A., Horizon Books: 2000

ISBN: 0889651655

ISBN 13: 9780889651654

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: New with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 000782

Keywords: FICTION RELIGIOUS,