The thrilling, provocative sequel to Hombrecito's War Hombrecito, raised to be a warrior, thinks only of revenge until his friend Rufus Pike is killed helping him avenge his father's murder. Fearing discovery, Hombrecito and Yellow Boy vanish into the Sierra Madre of northern Mexico with Sac Langeford, a young woman they save from an Apache raid. Helping Sac recover her little brother stolen by the raiders, Hombrecito begins an odyssey across the Sierra Madre into battles with deadly enemies and to love found and lost.and, years later, found again. Hombrecito's Search is an odyssey of self-discovery, revelation, and the life known by those who came of age in a hard, unforgiving land, where to make a mistake is to die and the promise of tomorrow is what you make it. It is the kind of myth lived by many, but survived by few living on the last western frontier, a frontier that lasted into the third decade of the twentieth century. About the Author: W. Michael Farmer, finalist for the Western Writers of America Spur Award for Best First Novel in 2006, has lived in Las Cruces, New Mexico for fifteen years and studied the region's rich history, lived its culture, and traveled its deserts and mountains. He now lives in Tidewater, Virginia.