Synopses & Reviews
Seven month of small reprisals since the Fetterman massacre had passed. Sergeant Seamus Donegan of the Army of the West had witnessed proud leaders--both Indian and White--steel themselves for the withering clashes to come. And on two consecutive summer days, battle erupted--drowning the Dakota Territory in a damburst of bloodshed: the Hay Field Fight and Wagon Box Fight of 1867.
"Terry C. Johnston has emerged as the great frontier historical novelist of his generation."--Paul Andrew Hutton, Spur Award-winning author of Phil Sheridan and His Army
"Johnston can be considered the king of the Indian wars' fiction writers."--John D, McDermott, author of A Guide to the Indian Wars of the West
Seven months have passed since the Fetterman Massacre and Sergeant Seamus Donegan of the Army of the West has watched proud leaders on both sides steeling themselves for the withering clashes to come. Battle erupts on two consecutive summer days and the Dakota Territory is drowning in a damburst of bloodshed.
About the Author
No one captures the glory, adventure and drama of the courageous men and women who tamped the American West like award-winning author Terry Johnston
. His Plainsmen
series brims with colorful characters, fierce battles and compelling historical lore.