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Osage author Charles Red Corn provides an glimpse of the "Reign Of Terror"  through John Grayeagle's perspective, a young Osage.  


According to Publisher's Weekly, "The story is enthralling one with some taut, slambang action. Yet it's Red Corn's loving descriptions of Osage customs and the moral dilemmas posed by their sudden wealth that make this book a particulary rewarding read." 


Volume 44 in the American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series 

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