Short Cut to Red RiverLarge Print - 2001
Ross Phillips rode north from Santa Fe at the head of a wagon train carrying a million dollars in gold bullion. He was charged with getting the bullion to Red River and establishing a new trade route through the Comanche-infested wilderness. Ross fought hunger, cold, and thirst. But he came to a dead halt when he came up against Comanche chief Muke-war-rah. The chief held white captives -- all women -- and one of them had saved Ross Phillips's life.