Outcasts of Picture Rocks

By Cherry Wilson

Read by Lloyd James

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Centuries ago the Picture Rocks were painted by a tribe of Arizona Indians that since have vanished, leaving behind the powerful figures on the virtually inaccessible cliff walls.
For many years the Picture Rocks basin has sheltered the Jore family from the law. The basin also shelters a fabulous palomino stallion called Black Wing. The Jores have left him to run free with the wild herd, but Race Coulter has a different plan. He has convinced a young kid named René Rand to help him steal Black Wing. But when Rand is befriended by the Jores after a serious illness, he learns lessons that will change the direction of his life.

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Runtime

7h 13m

Release

9/1/18

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

Runtime

7h 13m

Release

9/1/18

Abridgement

Unabridged

Genre

Fiction/Westerns

Description

Centuries ago the Picture Rocks were painted by a tribe of Arizona Indians that since have vanished, leaving behind the powerful figures on the virtually inaccessible cliff walls.

For many years the Picture Rocks basin has sheltered the Jore family from the law. The basin also shelters a fabulous palomino stallion called Black Wing. The Jores have left him to run free with the wild herd, but Race Coulter has a different plan. He has convinced a young kid named René Rand to help him steal Black Wing. But when Rand is befriended by the Jores after a serious illness, he learns lessons that will change the direction of his life.

Cherry Wilson

Author Biography

Cherry Wilson (1893–1976) was born near Erie, Pennsylvania. A marquee author of Western Story Magazine, she wrote more than one hundred stories and more than five novels, and six of her stories were made into movies. She was also the scriptwriter for Hoofbeats, a radio serial.