Fort Everglades

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Permabooks M-4054 (Sept., 1958). Sixth printing. Cover Art by James Meese thumbnail
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Permabooks M-4054 (Sept., 1958). Sixth printing. Cover Art by James Meese
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Intrigue, violence, passion and murder in the savage swamplands of Florida

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  1. The story has the heroine as a dark hair brunette, so those cover illustrations are accurate compared to those showing a blonde. Yes, a Seminole warrior in the story does lifts the bound brunette over his head with one arm and tosses her into the water.
    I’ve read a number of historical fiction books by Frank G. Slaughter, and they have all been excellent!

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