Fire Dance at Spider Rock
A Western StoryBook - 1995
In the sooty blackness of a Tucson alley, Rim Fannin got word about twenty heavily guarded freight wagons were traveling by night toward Tubac. Rim took a job as a mule skinner for White Mountain Freight in the hopes of proving that the owner, John Romaine, was the traitor responsible for his father's death. He wasn't very good with a mule whip but he managed until his train was attacked by Indians. Captured, he was taken to Canyon de Chelly where escape was hopeless. And late one night when the Bead Clan held a fire dance in the shadow of Spider Rock, Rim discovered why he had been taken alive. Jacket.
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Five Star Western, 1995.
Edition: First edition.
Call Number: FIC SAV
Characteristics: 229 pages ; 23 cm.