Flashman and the Redskins

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Penguin Group, 1982 - Fiction - 480 pages
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If the American West was a place for heroes, what then was Harry Flashman doing there? Among other things, he was fleeing a murder charge...traveling with a brothel on wheels toward the Californian goldfields...betraying the scarlet woman who loved him...tricking the noble redmen while seducing their women...studiously ignoring all calls of duty and honor as the dealth with the likes of Wild Bill Hickok, Geronimo, Kit Carson, Crazy Horse, and George Custer...and reaching his moment of supreme inglory and fear under fire at the Battle of Little Big Horn. Yes, Flashman was back in the thick of things, making the kind of history you willl never learn in school.

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About the author (1982)

George MacDonald Fraser was a bestselling historical novelist, journalist and screenwriter. He is perhaps most famous for his series of Flashman novels, featuring his antihero Harry Flashman. In addition to his novels, he wrote numerous screenplays, most notably The Three Musketeers and the James Bond film Octopussy. George MacDonald Fraser died in 2008 at the age of 82.

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