Comanche Conflict: A Historical Western Novel (Stonecroft Saga Book #14)
BULLETS, BLOOD, DEATH, AND VENGEANCE FILLED THE VALLEY AS BITTER ENEMIES CLASHED.
Gabe and company spent the winter with the Mouache Ute but the buffalo hunt was watched by a hunting party of Yaparuhka Comanche. That hunting party soon became a raiding party and the blood began to flow.
When the Northern Arapaho descend on the plains, the bitter enemies of the Comanche riled the warriors bent on vengeance to attack the Arapaho, and warriors died. But the cry for vengeance was directed at the white man and his people that were responsible for the deaths of Comanche warriors.
The quest for vengeance was misdirected and again the stench of death would fill the air.