"In the early days of the Mexican Revolution, guerrillas led by Francisco "Pancho" Villa raid a ranch in Doña Ana County, New Mexico Territory. They abscond with a herd of saddle horses earmarked for sale to the U.S. Army, wounding rancher Alejandro Aguirre and killing his only son, Eduardo, in the process. When the army commander and his superiors in Washington, D.C. refuse to violate Mexican sovereignty with a punitive raid, Alejandro's twin daughters, Dolores and Yolanda, must step up. Together they lead a crew of ranch hands and friendly members of the Mescalaro Apache tribe to recover the herd. A perilous road lies ahead, but the sisters will stop at nothing to find justice for their fallen brother and reclaim what was stolen."--back cover.
Ralph Compton western
Fathers and daughters -- Fiction.
Frontier and pioneer life -- Fiction.
Horse stealing -- Fiction.
New Mexico -- History -- 19th century -- Fiction.
Ranchers -- Fiction.