Border Crossings

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During the infamous raid on Columbus, New Mexico, in 1916, Antonio Salazar, one of Pancho Villa's bandit chiefs, kidnaps Mary Wells, daughter of New Mexico rancher Frank MacPherson. MacPherson's longtime foreman, James Hampton, determines to go deep into Mexico to rescue the girl he remembers as Little Mary. Hamp's old friend, Bud Tyler, goes with him, as does MacPherson's nephew, the greenhorn Reuben Satterwhite. For Hamp and Tyler, the mission is reminiscent of adventures shared years before as Texas Rangers, ...
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Overview

During the infamous raid on Columbus, New Mexico, in 1916, Antonio Salazar, one of Pancho Villa's bandit chiefs, kidnaps Mary Wells, daughter of New Mexico rancher Frank MacPherson. MacPherson's longtime foreman, James Hampton, determines to go deep into Mexico to rescue the girl he remembers as Little Mary. Hamp's old friend, Bud Tyler, goes with him, as does MacPherson's nephew, the greenhorn Reuben Satterwhite. For Hamp and Tyler, the mission is reminiscent of adventures shared years before as Texas Rangers, when both were young and strong and felt immortal. For Satterwhite, it is adventure and apprenticeship. Once into Mexico, all three men must cross psychological frontiers as well as geographic borders. Mary, meanwhile, has borders of her own to cross. In clean, straightforward prose, the action alternates between Mary and her rescuers, and David Fleming draws the reader into a threatening web where ultimately survival is not the most important thing. In this, his second novel, Fleming demonstrates the creativity and historical responsibility required to turn history into spellbinding fiction.
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  • ISBN-13: 9780875651163
  • Publisher: Texas Christian University Press
  • Publication date: 8/28/1993
  • Pages: 304
  • Product dimensions: 6.37 (w) x 9.38 (h) x 1.14 (d)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 23, 2006

    A Modern Western

    It is easy to forget how recently the West was still wild. This lovely novel places a classic Western tale right before WWII. I read this while on vacation in New Braunfels Texas, staying in a 160 year old log cabin. Mr Fleming is a teacher down the road in Sequin and captures the southwest perfectly.

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