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The Flower in the Mountains


Cartier, now Woodchuck of the Elk-Dog people, introduces his son, Red Feather, to the exciting, dangerous trading business. Red Feather experiences ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 5.000
Dixie P

Great Author

by Dixie P on Sep 6, 2012

Don Coldsmith is an excellent author. I have enjoyed the journey through the Spanish Bit Saga series. The Flower in the Mountain is an excellent read.


family means everthing

by readersreader on May 21, 2008

If you like coldsmiths stories, like I do, you will enjoy this one also. Coldsmith continues his story line to the son of Woodchuck, the ex-frenchman that has now been one of the people for over ten years, to his son Red Feather, known since childhood as Ground Squirrel--a name he is trying to outgrow, and will before the trip is over. Red Feather is sixteen, and on his first trip to Sante Fe to trade with the Spanish. His father has been there many times now. (The Medicine Knife) Red Feather gets disoriented in the city of Sante Fe, and wanders into the camp of the french Marquis de Foixainne. Red Feather does not know that his father is tecnically a deserter of the french army from the great lakes. (Lake Michigan) What follows is the story of how Red Feather is shot as a thief, falls in love with his nurse, and after nearly dying on the "desert Trail" for lack of water, --well I must leave some of the story for you to discover.

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