Cynthia Haselhoff was born in Vernon, Texas, and named after Cynthia Ann Parker, perhaps the best-known of 19th Century white female Indian captives. The history and legends of the West were part of her upbringing in Arkansas. Haselhoff once said, a oeI love the West, perhaps not all of its reality, for much of it was cruel and hard, but certainly its dream and hopea ]a The Chains of Sarai Stone is her sixth frontier novel.
When Kiowa war chief, Santana, boasted that he had led a war party against a wagon train of freighters, he set the stage for his arrest. The war party had robbed, tortured and mutilated members of the wagon train, and now the Kiowa chiefs were to be tried...[SEE MORE]