Whisper of the WolfBook - 1991
Few names of the American frontier resonate like that of George Armstrong Custer. His fiery temperament and grand vision led him to triumph in one season and tragedy in another. Now best-selling chronicler Terry C. Johnston beings to life the Custer legacy as never before in a masterful new trilogy . . . . For a youth of the Cheyenne in the years between Little Big horn and Wounded Knee, life was brutal and dangerous. For Yellow Bird, who saw his father, George Custer, die on a blood-soaked field in 1876, survival is especially difficult, for--despite his own white heritage--he must live in the Cheyenne world. And so he grew to manhood, bound to his father by their warrior's spirit, preparing to fight for his home, his wife, and his own son.
Publisher: New York : Bantam Books, c1991.
Characteristics: 468 p. ; 18 cm.