After retiring from a distinguished military career, Brigadier General Charles King used his life experiences as inspiration for a series of acclaimed novels and screenplays. A Daughter of the Sioux is a gripping wartime tale of deceit, duplicity and secret identities that packs plenty of action and adventure into a compact, entertaining read.
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About the Author
Charles King (October 12, 1844 - March 17, 1933) was an American soldier and a distinguished writer. Author of over 60 books and hundreds of articles and short stories.He wrote and edited over 60 books and novels. Among his list of titles are Campaigning with Crook, Fort Frayne, Under Fire and Daughter of the Sioux.General King and his wife lived in the Carlton Hotel in Milwaukee. King commuted daily by train to Saint John's Military Academy. He routinely sat on the porch of the Holt house on campus and told the cadets, which included his grandson, tales of the old west.General King was a Companion of the Wisconsin Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.
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A daughter of the Sioux: a tale of the Indian frontier based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A bit too wordy and descriptive for me.