St. Agnes' Stand

St. Agnes' Stand

Book - 1994
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In New Mexico territory, Nat Swanson encounters survivors of an Apache ambush, three nuns and seven orphans saved from Mexican slave traders. The survivors are led by Sister St. Agnes who is convinced that Nat was sent by God. But Nat is not a man of faith, and he knows the Apaches will return.
Publisher: New York : Putnam, c1994.
ISBN: 9780399139154
039913915X
Characteristics: 192 p. ;,23 cm.
Alternative Title: Saint Agnes' stand

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KaiteS_KCMO Oct 26, 2016

This book is one of my favorite westerns of all time. And not a cowboy in sight. Nuns. Orphans. Wolf-dog. Indian ghost overs.Injured outlaw with a heart-of-gold. Poker playing Sister. Do you need more? Okay, have this. Cinematic descriptions (why is this book not a movie?), colorful relatable characters, plot as fast as the shoot out at the OK Corral. Lean prose. Not one wasted word.

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