The Survival of Juan OroLarge Print - 1999
He would never know his parents or his origins. Juan Oro had been raised by Yaqui Indians. The name he bore was Spanish, but he was unquestionably American. Captured as a youth by the men of a wealthy Spanish grandee in northern Mexico, he is to be apprenticed to the notorious outlaw Matias Bordi to learn the skills of a warrior. But Don Jose asks one promise from the boy before releasing him to Bordi's tutelage: that when he has become a true master of weapons and battle, and before he returns to the hacienda, he will slay the outlaw leader who was his mentor.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Thorndike Press, c1999.
Edition: Large print ed.
Branch Call Number: LG. PRT. BRA
Characteristics: 372 p. (large print); 22 cm.