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Bring Me His Ears

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The year is 1840, and young frontiersman Tom Boyd is planning a trip to the Oregon territory. All of that is about to change, because Tom sees a beautiful young woman whom he decides to follow wherever she may go.

Her destination is the city of Santa Fe, deep inside the New Mexico territory. Her father, whom she hasn't seen in five years, conducts a trading operation there and she plans to go with her Uncle Joe who is taking several wagonloads of trade goods to his brother. ...

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The year is 1840, and young frontiersman Tom Boyd is planning a trip to the Oregon territory. All of that is about to change, because Tom sees a beautiful young woman whom he decides to follow wherever she may go.

Her destination is the city of Santa Fe, deep inside the New Mexico territory. Her father, whom she hasn't seen in five years, conducts a trading operation there and she plans to go with her Uncle Joe who is taking several wagonloads of trade goods to his brother. Santa Fe, New Mexico, is the last place Tom Boyd should consider visiting, because the leading dignitary of that city has a vengeful grudge against him, and wants him either as a captive, or he wants his minions to "BRING ME HIS EARS"!

The Mexican-American War is still six years in the future, and the 13-day battle of The Alamo is four years in the past, and Boyd decides against all reason to travel to Santa Fe as the silent protector of the young woman.

Several of Boyd's mountaineer friends decide to accompany him, and adventure follows adventure as they head for the New Mexico territory. The tension mounts and you won't want to put this book down until you've finished Clarence E. Mulford's fantastic tale of adventure and excitement, "BRING ME HIS EARS".

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  • ISBN-13: 9781453772218
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 10/5/2010
  • Pages: 380
  • Product dimensions: 5.25 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 0.78 (d)

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