Enemies of Medicine Feather
A renowned hunter, tracker and guide, few white men know the land west of the Missouri like Weston Gray. The Arapaho and Lakota Sioux people with whom he's lived from time to time call him Medicine Feather and he's acted as interpreter and spokesman for them to avert trouble with the military and at treaty meetings with Washington delegates. Among the people he calls 'friend' are army officers and tribal chieftains who, in order to maintain peace, listen to his advice. But the discovery of gold in the Black Hills has changed the mood on both sides and now, in the summer of 1876, Wes no longer knows if he has any friends along the frontier. He does know that he has enemies.
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