A gripping story from the acclaimed People of the Plains saga -- fascinating tales of the frontier told in all their shame and glory. It is 1859. In Santa Fe, Army Captain Jean Benoit cannot escape the dark rumors of war filling Fort Marcy's dusty air. The Louisiana-born soldier must soon decide: remain loyal to the Union Army or join with the Confederates of his native South. But before he can choose, Benoit is drawn into a battle far closer to home, a bloody conflict in which a beloved friend's life hangs in the balance.Traveling across the New Mexico Territory, Benoit's trusted colleague, army surgeon Jason Dobbs, gets caught in a furious sandstorm. Blown off the trail into Comanche country, Dobbs is taken prisoner and tortured. Determined to save his friend, Benoit must ride hell-bent into danger setting aside the painful choice that awaits him ...if he survives.Read by J.R. Horne. J.R. Horne is a distinguished stage and screen performer.
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Used availability for Will Camp's Comanche Trail
January 1999 : USA Mass Market Paperback
March 2001 : USA Audio Cassette
October 1999 : USA Audio Cassette