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A friend gave me a paperback copy of Walk In My Soul by Lucia St. Clair Robson, and I promptly fell in love with her writing. Ride the Wind is an excellent example of her ability to take us into the lives and hearts of the Native American people.
Cynthia Parker was abducted by the Comanche as a ...
VIVIDLY PORTRAYS THE LIFE OF CYNTHIA ANN PARKER WHO WAS CAPTURED BY COMANCHEES AT THE AGE OF NINE. THE AUTHOR TELLS THE STORY OF THIS COURAGEOUS WOMAN WHO BECOMES MORE NATIVE AMERICAN THAN SOME NATIVE AMERICANS OF THE TIME. HER STORY IS TOLD WITH ENTHUSIASM FOR THE NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE AND WAY OF ...
Ride the Wind is an imaginative, but accurate account of Cynthia Ann Parker's life and experience among the Comanches. Lucia St. Clair-Robson took what little information there is available about Parker and simply filled in the gaps. She dramatized minor areas, such as Parker's appearance, but stayed ...
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