Pillsbury Crossing

Young Emma and Akecheta come to rely on each other until they are separated by distance and culture

By Donna Mabry Read by Susan Hanfield Fiction / Historical / Romance English, Unabridged 10h 8m Sell Sheet Also available on
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Part 2 of the Manhattan Stories series.

							Emma is nine on the day they meet. Akecheta is twelve, and already the man of his house. He saves her life and tells her she belongs to him. As they grow up together on the frontier surrounding Manhattan, Kansas, he teaches her how to fish, hunt, and how to survive. She teaches him how to trust and how to share the burdens of his shameful past. When he graduates from high school, an aunt sends him to university in the other Manhattan, in New York. Emma continues her schooling at home. At first, Akecheta is dazzled by New YorkWhen a friend takes him to back-room poker games in the Bowery, he learns that Manhattan, New York, may be more deadly than the wilds of Kansas.