Many Rivers to Cross

Many Rivers to Cross Bush Gentry had seen fierce Cherokee and he still lived Now he was plunging into the territory of the Mingoes who were even notorious for their bloodlust But Bush didn t give a damn He was gripped by

  • Title: Many Rivers to Cross
  • Author: Steve Frazee
  • ISBN: 9780449140123
  • Page: 236
  • Format: None
  • Bush Gentry had seen fierce Cherokee, and he still lived Now he was plunging into the territory of the Mingoes who were even notorious for their bloodlust But Bush didn t give a damn He was gripped by wanderlust and he had places to go and things to do He d come barrelling through everything that had ever been thrown at him and pushing through Mingo country for twBush Gentry had seen fierce Cherokee, and he still lived Now he was plunging into the territory of the Mingoes who were even notorious for their bloodlust But Bush didn t give a damn He was gripped by wanderlust and he had places to go and things to do He d come barrelling through everything that had ever been thrown at him and pushing through Mingo country for twenty treacherous days wasn t going to stop him

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    1 thought on “Many Rivers to Cross”

    1. The original publication date is in 1955, and the three versions do not reflect that.I read this book a half a dozen times as a kid. It was one of my favorites. The hero goes out into the wilderness to get away from the woman who loves him.She puts on her buckskins and TRACKS HIM DOWN! How is that for awesome? I've always loved this story and wish I could find a copy in ebook somewhere.

    2. For me this was so poorly written, I did not like one page of it. Perhaps I would have enjoyed it if I had read it in 1955 when I was 9 years old. Writing was too choppy ?? I guess I am spoiled by Zane .

    3. Decent frontier book that was adapted into a nice little Robert Taylor movie in the 50s. Frazee is one of those authors swept into obscurity by the Louis L'amour/Bantam Books oversaturation strategy of the 60s and 70s.

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