Synopses & Reviews
He was a dark-faced San Carlos youth. His father called him Red Wolf, and his few friends called him Nio. His many enemies called him a mad dog and a murderer. He had been the finest trailer in the enlisted Apache Scouts, and now he was the most feared and hunted fugitive in the Arizona Territory. He was the last warrior, and his lonely and savage duel with the United States Cavalry created a legend as bold as that of Cochise and Geronimo. In both folklore and lies, he was called The Apache Kid. Will Henry's body of work resonates with imagination, but it's the tremendous emotion with which he invested his characters and fashioned his stories that made him one of the most acclaimed and highly respected western author's ever.