Shoz-Dijiji, raised as the son of Geronimo, was the foremost young warrior of the Apache and gloried in the unending war against the invaders. But only his adoptive father--and his deadliest enemy--knew that he was not an Apache by birth, but sprang from the white men he despised. Includes, at the back, a page and a half of words in the Apache language and their English version.
Edgar Rice Burroughs, 1975
Mass Paperback, Very Good (other than some water stains on a few pages inside)
17.8 x 11 x 1.8 cm