The Survival of Juan Oro

The Survival of Juan Oro

Large Print - 1999
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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.
ISBN: 9780786213368
Branch Call Number: LG. PRT. BRA
Characteristics: 372 p. (large print); 22 cm.


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