Custer's Luck by Robert Skimin

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The most compelling account of the Little Bighorn ever written, this powerfully detailed historical novel vividly recreates the lives of two of the most celebrated leaders of nineteenth-century America, General George Armstrong Custer and Chief Sitting Bull. The Battle of the Little Bighorn itself, described in all of its frightening detail, is the riveting climax to the artfully portrayed collision of two civilizations: one reaching for its manifest destiny, one struggling for survival.

About Robert Skimin

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Robert Skimin (El Paso, TX), a retired army officer, has been a writer for over thirty years and has published sixteen books, including the 1993 Pulitzer Prize-nominated novel Apache Autumn and the international bestseller Chikara!
Published September 1, 2000 by Herodias. 297 pages
Genres: History, Travel, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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He demolishes his opposition, and is swept into the White House on an imperial expansion platform called ""The New American Empire."" Determined to make the U.S. the most powerful nation on earth, Custer intends to annex Mexico, absorb Canada and kick Spain out of Cuba.

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