Well, now we got -- Superwoman! Practically singlehanded, except to spur the males in the picture to bigger and better...

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Well, now we got -- Superwoman! Practically singlehanded, except to spur the males in the picture to bigger and better deeds, it is Suzanne who is instrumental in luring the hard-bitten trappers (whose business is ruined) to protect the ""pine ears"" from Brown's Hole through Shoshone territory to Oregon. She tricks Indians and whites alike; she joins in the fights; she outrides the outriders and rides herd on the guides -- and sees the decimated group from the East headed into their -- and her -- promised land. Among her strapping trappers are: Alan Craig -- resenting the pioneers and their love of land which will result in his loss of freedom; Garde Vidot, a quick man with courage -- or an excuse; Loretto, who is brave but humble as occasion demands; and the powerful Helig. In the cast of characters are the demoniac Shoshone, Conmarrowap; Bridger -- and horses. A western-hysterical-historical -- with a vengeance.

Pub Date: Feb. 5, 1954

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Hanover House

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1954