The Warrior’s Path
by Louis L’Amour

A sequel to To the Far Blue Mountains told by Kin Sackett about his trip with his brother Yance from the Blue Mountains to New England to rescue two girls who were kidnapped. The title refers to the trail they took. They rescue the girls and a black slave. When he realizes that other girls have been kidnapped and sold into slavery, he decides to go to the West Indies to try to recover a girl who was taken the year before and to bring back evidence to put an end to the slave trade in New England. The black man goes with him. It is a strongly libertarian story. On the way back he forgets to mention the black man, but when he gets home the man is with him.

Year Read: 2004


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