Rusty Sabin extracts two bags of gold from the Sacred Valley, partly to spend on Maisry Lester, the girl he hopes to marry. When frontiersman Charlie Galway tries to steal the gold, Galway murders Maisry's father and blames Rusty's friend, Standing Bull.
Rusty Sabin, a spiritually enlightened cowboy known as Redhawk by the Cheyenne Native Americans who raised him, is the star of Max Brand’s western series. In this installment, The Sacred Valley, Sabin takes $40,000 worth of gold from Sacred Valley in order to marry Maisry Lester and start a new "white’s man’s life".
Trouble finds Rusty through the dastardly Charlie Galway, who covets Rusty’s treasure. When he kills Maisry’s father, Galway blames Rusty’s friend Standing Bull. Rusty must save his pal and keep his girl.
Narrator Peter Ganim offers a stirring performance as he moves seamlessly from his smooth narration into the drawling voices of the characters that inhabit this richly descriptive western.
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