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Bannack : a Barnaby Skye novel

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Second mass market edition.

Barnaby Skye, the former Royal Navy Captain turned trapper has been offered a lucrative proposal from the US Government. His intimate relations with many Indian tribes, and his marriages to their women, have landed him a job as scout and translator for the government's Indian Affairs. The proposal he must present to the natives: a lopsided treaty in favor of the colonists or certain annihilation. Torn between the two nations, Skye makes his decision when a powerful army officer threatens his wives and vows to destroy Skye for betraying his country. Skye must face off against rogue factions of the US Army in hopes of seeing a peaceful and fair treaty through, and the survival of his family and the Great Plains tribes.

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Gainesville Public Library - Silver Springs PB W Whe (Text)
Western Adult Fiction
52138300246852
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  • ISBN: 9781250305305
  • ISBN: 1250305306
  • Physical Description: 314 pages ; 18 cm
  • Edition: Second mass market edition.
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Forge, 2019.

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Barnaby Skye, the former Royal Navy Captain turned trapper has been offered a lucrative proposal from the US Government. His intimate relations with many Indian tribes, and his marriages to their women, have landed him a job as scout and translator for the government's Indian Affairs. The proposal he must present to the natives: a lopsided treaty in favor of the colonists or certain annihilation. Torn between the two nations, Skye makes his decision when a powerful army officer threatens his wives and vows to destroy Skye for betraying his country. Skye must face off against rogue factions of the US Army in hopes of seeing a peaceful and fair treaty through, and the survival of his family and the Great Plains tribes.
Subject: Mountaineering guides (Persons) > Fiction.
Frontier and pioneer life > Fiction.
Genre: Western fiction.


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