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"I don't believe he could track a muddy dog across a dry floor!" (Chapter 1, pg 8.)

" The American pole-vaulted over the wire" (Chapter 4, pg. 27.)

" He is a man of the woods, a wilderness man. You would never catch him" (Chapter 5, pg. 39.)

" Go back, OId Bear, and tell your cubs that tonight you saw a Sioux warrior and he let you live because he had killed enough for the day" (Chapter 7, pg. 54.)

" You are saying this Indian shot one of our helicopters down with a bow and arrow?" (Chapter 21, pg. 159.)

"You gave him the last happiness he has. You welcomed him, treated him as a son and brother" (Chapter 28, pg. 215.)

"To leave here, of course, meant to abandon any help from Bocharev, so all he could do was hope that if such help was to come that it arrive before they fled from here" (Chapter 31, pg. 240.)

"He now has a broken...

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