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Discover the meaning of a haunting secret that symbolizes Grey's spirituality. Within the mystical beauty of the desert landscape, this extraordinary novel touches on many complexities of humanity including honor, lust, vengeance, and love.
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One persistent suitor!
The story begins focusing on two prospectors wandering throughout the desert, as prospectors are want to do. One, desiring to forget a woman. The other, wanting to remember a woman. As it turns out, the woman is the same for both men; Nell Warren. Moving on, we’re relocated to Forlorn River in Arizona. Belding (Beldy) is a U.S. Border and Immigration Ranger, who offered jobs to drifters Richard (Dick) Gale, Ladd (Laddy), and Jim. The Rangers are to prevent Japanese and Chinese immigrants from crossing the border, illegally entering the United States. Gale soon falls in love with Nell, Belding’s stepdaughter. Besides monitoring the immigrants, Mexican outlaws led by General Rohas are busily raiding tows and encampments throughout the two-state area. Rohas also searches for a beautiful, young Mexican woman named Mercedes who has escaped his clutches and disappeared. The story is a somewhat long-winded account of the Rangers versus the Mexican raiders, the persistent courting of Nell by Gale, the persecution of Mercedes, and the mystical actions of an old Yaqi Indian. The most interesting and exciting part of the story was when the Yaqi led a party across the desert and lava beds with Rohas in close pursuit. It is a good story, although a bit overly long.
Excellent story but a miserable reading
This is a great story but the narrator was lousy. He rushed through it.
The way he tried to speak in different voices for the various characters was horrible.