A Daughter of the Sioux

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The Floating Press, Jan 1, 2012 - Fiction - 224 pages
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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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Contents

Chapter I Foreshadowed Events
4
Chapter II Absent from Duty
15
Chapter III A Night Encounter
24
Chapter IV The Sign of the Bar Shoe
33
Chapter V A Grave Discovery
43
Chapter VI First Sight of the Foe
52
Chapter VII Blood Will Tell
61
Chapter VIII More Strange Discoveries
70
Chapter XV A Womans Plot
134
Chapter XVI Night Prowling at Frayne
145
Chapter XVII A Rifled Desk
155
Chapter XVIII Burglary at Blakes
164
Chapter XIX A Slap for the Major
174
Chapter XX The Sioux Surrounded
184
Chapter XXI Thanksgiving at Frayne
195
Chapter XXII Behind the Bars
205

Chapter IX Bad News from the Front
79
Chapter X Ill Never Go Back
87
Chapter XI A Fight with a Fury
96
Chapter XII The Ordeal by Fire
105
Chapter XIII WoundedBody and Soul
115
Chapter XIV A Vanished Heroine
124
Chapter XXIII A Soldier Entangled
214
Chapter XXIV The Death Song of the Sioux
225
LEnvoi
235
Endnotes
240
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