Yellow HairBook - 1953
Five-time Spur Award-winner. The most critically acclaimed Western writer of this or any other time! -- Loren D. Estleman. Will Henry combines the best talents of a natural storyteller with an inspired poet's glorious use of the English language. -- Elmer Kelton. They called him Yellow Hair. Hated by the Indians and feared by his own men, General George Armstrong Custer would stop at nothing in his quest for personal glory. But the daring leader of the illustrious 7th Cavalry would find his most lasting fame in his final defeat at the Little Big Horn. Yellow Hair tells the story of Custer as a brash, young general with great ambitions. 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.
Publisher: Thorndike, ME : Center Point Publishing, c1953, 1981
Branch Call Number: LP WES HEN
Characteristics: 254 p. ; 23 cm