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Captives of the Desert by Zane Grey
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Captives of the Desert

by Zane Grey

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A typical Grey story set in the Arizona desert. ( )
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Katharine resented further disruption of her enjoyment of the color and beauty and loneliiness of the Arizona desert. But again she was dragged back to reality by the iritating presence of her friend's husband.
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A big hat and a pair of spurs - and nothing between.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0061002925, Paperback)

When John Curry, galloping across the desert to save the life of an Indian child, was thrown from his horse and badly injured, he was rescued by a woman whose husband became his deadly enemy. For Wilbur Newton was both jealous and afraid. He was jealous of the love of his beautiful and lonely wife, who seemed each day more powerfully attracted to the dashing Curry, and fearful for the safety of an ingenious scheme. Read by Stephanie Brush. 8 CD's 9.2 Hrs.

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When John Curry, galloping across the desert to save the life of an Indian child, was thrown from his horse and badly injured, he was rescued by a woman whose husband became his deadly enemy. For Wilbur Newton was both jealous and afraid. He was jealous of the love of his beautiful and lonely wife, who seemed each day more powerfully attracted to the dashing Curry, and fearful for the safety of an ingenious scheme.… (more)

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