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Author of eighteen previous Western sagas, including The Court-Martial of George Armstrong Custer (1976, Scribners), This Savage Race (1992, Henry Holt) and Come Winter (1992, University of Arkansas Press), Douglas C. Jones has a loyal international readership.
"This is good fiction, grippingly plotted. The suspense and drama steadily mount until the rip-roaring climax. ...In Douglas Jones's capable and experienced hands, all the characters become real." "This is good fiction, grippingly plotted . . . in Douglas Jones's capable and experienced hands, all the characters become real." --Donald Harington, author of The Architecture of the Arkansas Ozarks: A Novel "Slowly but with infinite grace, Jones is creating a masterful fictional history of America." --Washington Post "Jones is a superb storyteller and authentic chronicler of the American West." --Los Angeles Times Book Review "A master storyteller." --Publishers Weekly "In a series of splendid historical novels Jones has dramatized the human dimension beneath such events as the Civil War, the Indian Wars, and the settlement of the Western frontier." --Library Journal "In Jones's ornately detailed novels, every little plot stroke has its historical context." --New York Times Book Review "Jones has to be one of the most knowlegeable and imaginative writers of the American West." --School Library Journal