Readers will find themselves gripping the pages of their books in anticipation of what comes next. In this timeless, richly embroidered journey, return to the extraordinary time and place in this vivid, powerful, historical battle that comes alive with heart-pounding accuracy in the Wilderness series, book 4, Warriors of the Wilderness. Sixteen years ago, Matthew Standing Deer’s father was killed in the Little Big Horn battle. He has returned to the past, to the Lakota, to visit with family and friends. All was going well until Matthew arrived at the reservation and all hell broke loose. Death and darkness surround him and the Lakota. Will Matthew survive the tragedy of Wounded Knee; only to watch the end of an era for the home of the braves?
My heart bleeds for the Indians! I wish I had lived in the time period when there were peaceful tribes and the white man stayed in their own backyard.
It shames me to be white, although I’m also Irish, German, and a tad of Indian. My husband is part Cherokee, he looks Indian. It is a horrible thing what the white men did, greed, and ignorance along with prejudices, and thinking they were better than anyone else is what caused all the hatred and Indian wars.
I love these stories and can hardly wait for the fifth book! Please Pamela when will it be out? Wonderful job with this series!
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