Killdeer Mountain by Dee Brown

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An intrepid reporter’s investigation into the death of a controversial major reveals a surprising story of betrayal and redemption
It is 1866, and Sam Morrison, reporter for the St. Louis Herald, is aboard a steamer bound for Fort Standish off the coast of Massachusetts, determined to solve a mystery. The fort is about to be renamed in honor of Charles Rawley, a major who recently died in a fire while trying to prevent the escape of a captured Sioux chief. But just who was Rawley? Morrison is told a dizzying host of tales about the man—some call him a despot but others describe him as a martyr. He was a man all too willing to execute a deserter, but one who would spur his troops to do the utmost to ensure the safety of women and children. As the investigation unfolds, Morrison doesn’t know which stories to believe—especially when it comes to the truth about Rawley’s death.  Thrilling and wily, Killdeer Mountain is a deft triumph of historical fiction. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Dee Brown including rare photos from the author’s personal collection.
 

About Dee Brown

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Dee Brown has written more than twenty-five books on American history and the West. He lives in Little Rock, Arkansas.
 
Published October 23, 2012 by Open Road Media. 255 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, History, War, Westerns. Fiction

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