Tuesday, January 22, 2019

Comanche Woman


Seeing him on the buffalo robes, she thought, “He tried to die; only he was too strong, too brave.” And she was proud.
Fred Grove’s tale of Comanche captives is offered with attentive care but may suffer from the fact that it was read closely on the heels of similar [and to this reader, better] tales by Dorothy Johnson and Noel M. Loomis.
Good, but in a sea of choices…

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