by Lucia St. Clair Robson
Conventional history records Geronimo, Cochise, and Victorio as the most important Apache military leaders, but the Apaches themselves include another hero: Lozen, valiant warrior, revered shaman, and beautiful woman.
Longarm and the Paiute Indian War
by Tabor Evans
A dalliance in Denver puts the marriage-minded Lilly Hutton in pursuit of Longarm. But instead of traditional wedding vows, he's trading lead with outlaws running Paiutes off their land.
by Jon Sharpe
When Crow warriors attack Fort Newcomb, they leave no one alive -- except a beautiful woman trapped beneath a burning building. Rescued by Skye Fargo, she's soon taken hostage by the Crow raiders, who discover that the Trailsman isn't afraid to ruffle a few feathers to get her back.
by Mike Blakely
From the Spur Award-winning author of Summer of Pearls When broken-hearted Honore Greenwood leaves New Orleans -- and the woman he loves -- to build a fort right in the heart of Comanche Country, he knows he has volunteered for a most dangerous project. With the Mexican War and the California Gold Rush bringing chaos across the plains, Honoree will have to work hard to earn the trust of the proud, powerful, and unpredictable Comanche people.
Moon of Bitter Cold
by Frederick J. Chiaventone
In 1866, the war in the West, with its bloody collision of cultures, is increasing in tension and danger. As the U.S. Army builds ever more forts on the Great Plains, Red Cloud, a Lakota Sioux war leader, assembles more than 3,000 warriors to drive out the white man.
The Big Fifty: A Western Story
by Johnny D. Boggs
The reality of frontier life in Kansas becomes brutally clear to 12-year-old James Coady McIlvain when his father is scalped and he is taken prisoner by hostile Indians. Escaping with the aid of an Indian friend, Coady finds himself with a buffalo sharpshooter that he imagines is the embodiment of his hero, Buffalo Bill Cody, a role in which the circumspect Griffith feels himself totally inadequate.
by Richard S. Wheeler
At Bent's Fort on the Mexican frontier, the Skyes agree to help a mysterious Cheyenne woman, Standing Alone, locate her two children who were kidnapped by Ute Indians several years before and sold into bondage in Mexico. The mission, impossible, dangerous, and foolhardy to all Skye's friends, takes the three to Santa Fe and Taos and into a strange association with an eccentric, self-proclaimed Texas adventurer and filibuster, Colonel Childress, who agrees to help them for reasons no one can guess.
The Elk-Dog Heritage
by Don Coldsmith
In the New World of the 16th century, the Elk-Dog band of "the People" are well-respected on the Great Plains for their horse and warrior skills. When the young men of "the People" want to wage war on their enemies, it is up to the chief to keep the peace among his own tribe.
Turn the Stars Upside Down: The Last Days and Tragic Death of Crazy Horse
by Terry C. Johnston
In this powerful, moving account of the last days of Crazy Horse, Terry C. Johnson weaves a saga of warriors, lovers, peacemakers, traitors, war, and suffering among the innocents on both sides. Most of all, this is the story of one man -- a mystic, a fighter, a father and husband -- whose last journey was as fateful and dramatic as a life lived without surrender.
by Will Henry
"Lapwai Winter" is set in Northeastern Oregon in the time of Chief Joseph of the Nez Perces. A treaty agreement with the Indians has been violated and the territorial rights of the Indians have been revoked. Narrated by Heyets, one of Joseph's family members, this gripping drama unfolds with the question of war clearly in the balance. "Winter Shadows" finds a band of Mandan Indians facing the hardest winter in their tribal history. An unscrupulous Assiniboin medicine man has taken advantage of them and their salvation may rest with an orphaned outcast.