""They feared the night because it brought the full moon. They feared the full moon because it brought the Comanche.""
In his inspirational, fast-paced novel The Last Comanche Moon, author Troy Everett Peterson gives a spine-tingling account of what it may have been like to live upon the plains in Comanche country in the year 1874---a year which was plagued by heartache and bloodshed between settlers and Comanches. When young Emma McCord becomes a victim of this struggle and is taken captive by the Comanche to live in Palo Duro Canyon, her father, Angus McCord gathers a search party and goes after her. With winter quickly approaching and still no sign of her Pa, Emma realizes things are sure to get much worse before they get better. This is a suspense-filled story of faith, family, and new beginnings the whole family will enjoy.
|Publisher:||Tate Publishing & Enterprises, L.L.C.|
|Product dimensions:||5.80(w) x 8.60(h) x 0.80(d)|