The Last of the Mohicans
Simon and Schuster, 6 may. 2008 - 562 páginas
The most popular and memorable of the "Leatherstocking Tales": set in the rugged wilderness of upper New York State during the brutal French and Indian War, it tells the story of the Munro sisters, daughters of a commander in the British army.
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