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Average Rating. The Sacketts volume Available from another library. Quick Copy View. Place Hold. Add a Review. Add To List. The rare letters Tell Sackett received always had trouble inside. And the terse note from his cousin Logan is no exception.
Logan faces starvation or a hanging if Tell can t drive a herd of cattle from Kansas to British Columbia before winter. To get to Logan, he must brave prairie fires, buffalo stampedes, and Sioux war parties. But worse trouble waits, for a mysterious enemy shadows Sackett s every move across the Dakotas and the Canadian Rockies. Tell Sackett has never abandoned another Sackett in need. He will bring aid to Logan or die trying. Also in This Series. More Like This. Other Editions and Formats. Choose a Format. She was pale as a ghost when it was over, but she was thumbing two cartridges back into her pistol, and she was ready.
Man, those were women! There was shooting that needed to be done, and there she was, so she did it. And a newcomer that I am very interested in meeting in his own book. A name I have long been familiar with, but with no more information than simply the name. And let me tell you, the years of waiting were not for nothing. Milo Talon did not disappoint. And that is just a few of the characters. Logan is on his way to California.
But, when he sees some men harassing a lady, he is unable to leave her on her own. Naturally, Logan stays to help her out of her troubles. If you read carefully, you see a man who understands and values life. I love all the recollections of Em and Talon. And if you are blessed enough to be living with your love, you appreciate him all the more.
Because a strong relationship between husband and wife is nothing to be taken for granted.
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It is something to be nurtured and fought for. I leave you with this interaction between Logan and Em. He walked strong and he thought right, and no man ever left his door hungry, Indian, black man or white. Nor did he ever take water for any man. She paused.
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In Treasure Mountain , some of the boys go in search of the final resting place of their Pa. He acted as guide for a group of treasure hunters when the boys were little. Now, however, their Ma is getting along in years and wants to know why he never made it back to her.
The Tinker shows up in the beginning of the book and decides to ride along with them. I also look for the reason why there needs to be a grave. Treasure Mountain is another book with a lot of familiar as well as semi-familiar characters. We catch up with Nell, one of the Trelawney girls from back home, as well as a whole group of baddies who give chase to the Sacketts, up into the mountains where they feel most at home.
One of my favorite stories comes from this book. One of them got lead into him.
He nailed that one right through the ears as he turned his head to speak to the other one, and then he wounded the last one. Nolan walked in on him, kicked the gun out of his hand, and stood there looking down at him, gun in his fist, and that Comanche glared right back at him, dared him to shoot, and tried to spit at him. Nolan laughed, picked that Injun up by the hair and dragged him to his horse. He loaded that Indian on, tied him in place, then mounted his own horse and rode right to that Comanche village.
The Comanches were fighters. Nolan sat up there in the middle of his mustang, and he told them what a brave man this warrior was, how he had fought him until he was wounded, his gun empty, and then had cussed him and tried to fight him with his hands. He is a brave man. You should be proud to have such a warrior. I brought him back to you to get well from his wounds. Maybe some day we can fight again.
And then he dropped the lead rope and rode right out of that village, walking his horse and never looking back. Any one of them could have shot him. He knew that. But Indians, of any persuasion, have always respected bravery, and he had given them back one of their on and had promised to fight him again when he had his strength. So they let Nolan ride away, and to this day in Comanche villages they tell the story.
And the Indian he brought back tells it best. He kept out of sight, and slept without a fire at night unless he could hide it well. And on top of that he prayed, if he was a praying man, and the deeper you got into Indian country the more of a praying man you got to be. Near the beginning of the book, he encounters a group heading cross country.