The opening up of a Ute reservation brings less trouble from the displaced Indians than the personal conflicts among a group...

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LAND OF PROMISES

The opening up of a Ute reservation brings less trouble from the displaced Indians than the personal conflicts among a group of prospective settlers: Laura Engle, and her failure of a father; the two men who want her; a young girl in bondage to an older woman; etc. Mark Manning, who loves Laura, is also responsible for resolving peaceably and otherwise the love and life lines of all involved.... From friction to ruction, this proceeds capably with as much emphasis on romance as action.

Pub Date: April 13, 1962

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 1, 1962