John Rose Putnam
Publisher: unknown
Pages: 160

War veteran Pecos Quinn rides north hoping to find his old commander, Colonel Carter Brantley. As the war ended five years earlier, he’d arrived home with his unit chased by Yankee cavalry to find his home burned by Comanche, his wife scalped and raped, then he was shot in the head.Left for dead when the rest of the Thirty-ninth Texas fled, remarkably he survived. After he recovered, the broken memories of that day faded in and out of his mind, haunting him. He was alone, lost and confused. He went to work scouting Comanche for his old enemy, the Yankee horse soldiers, and drank too much. But the savagery of the Indian wars sobered him. It was time to learn the truth. What really happened that fateful day along the Pecos River?
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