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Riders to Cibola

Norman Zollinger

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ISBN 13: 978-1-59020-289-0
Trim Size: 5 3/8 x 8
Paperback
Overlook
12/29/2009

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This sweeping saga beginning in the days of Pancho Villa is finally back in print!

Ignacio Ortiz a Mexican orphan and a runaway searching for his past lives through eras of intense change, including revolutionary upheavals, two world wars, and the beginning of the modern west during New Mexico s last territorial days. As these turbulent events serve as a backdrop to his life, Ignacio s own loyalties will be tested by the passions of his tempestuous employers The MacAndrews clan.

Praise for Riders to Cibola
Norman Zollinger has already established himself as a master Writing always with skill, and often with poetry, Zollinger gives us characters we quickly care about and a setting which is genuine New Mexico. Tony Hillerman

Informing, entertaining, exciting a must for everyone with even a passing interest in the American Southwest. The Denver Post

About the authorNorman Zollinger was the author of nine novels and remains one of the best-loved authors of fiction set in the American Southwest. A two-time winner of the Golden Spur Award, the Western Writers of America also named him as one of the best Western writers of the 20th century.

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