Buzzard Shields South

Ronald D. Walker

Morticius Alajandro Shields was known as Buzzard during much of his life, in honor of a man he greatly respected. Capable beyond his years, he leads men into the service of the Army doing construction in Texas and survey work in the southwestern region of America. Compelled to visit his sister and nephew in Alaska, he discovers gold and invests in aircraft development in America. Saving a bear cub from death, he becomes her guardian and protector, while forging a secluded life in the wilderness of Alaska.

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