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Ghost Warrior
     

Ghost Warrior

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by Lucia St. Clair Robson
 

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For more than a century, Apaches have kept alive the memory of their hero Lozen. Lozen, valiant warrior, revered shaman, and beautiful woman, fought alongside Geronimo, Cochise, and Victorio, holding out against the armies of both the United States and Mexico.

Here, at last, is her compelling story, set in the last half of the nineteenth century. Orphaned sister

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Ghost Warrior 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ghost Warrior is one of the best Westerns I have read in a long time. The characters are real. The settings are written in detail so you can understand the background where the Apache wars took place. A very well done thoughful book that covers all points of view during the tragic events in the Southwest during the 19th Century.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Ms. Robson is one of my favorite authors, and I TRY to ration her books by reading only a chapter or two at each sitting. Well, that hasn't worked on any of her other books, and it didn't work on this one, either! Robson crafts two stories, really, and winds them together in Ghost Warrior (which is oftentimes laugh out loud funny!!). One is that of Lozen, the far-sighted woman warrior of the Chiricahua Apache; the other of Rafe Collins, a Shakespeare-enthralled desert teamster. Both characters occupy the same time, and occasionally the same space, in history. But through Lozen's and Rafe's eyes, Robson shows the futility of the warring Apache's way of life and the US government's drawn-out and inconsistent attempts to stamp it out. I'm sure Ms. Robson's Ghost Warrior will pique the curiosities of many who want to know more than the Hollywood version of these turbulent 30+ years in our history. Thanks, Lucia, and write faster!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Beautifully written and insightful.
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