The second volume of Ruxton’s classic account of the great frontier
This is young Frederick Ruxton’s second volume of his Western frontier adventures. Readers may be confused by the many titles this author’s work have been given. These have occurred primarily as the totality of his writing has been divided in different ways to suit the needs of a particular publisher. In this special two volume edition from Leonaur-available in hardcover with dust jacket for collectors and in softcover-all of Ruxton’s exciting western writings appear together. In this volume Ruxton comes in contact with the deadly knights of the south-west-the Comanche’s-and with many other perils of the American wilderness. This was a time of turmoil between the United States and Mexico and war, with all its uncertainties, was also imminent.