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Custer's Gold

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1873. When George Armstrong Custer sets out to guard Northern Pacific Railroad engineers in the Yellowstone Valley from Sitting Bull, he is looking forward to a reunion with his West Point friend and Confederate foe, Tom Rosser. Little does he know that Rosser has discovered the location of stolen gold, nor that the man who stole the gold a decade earlier is shadowing them, intent on recovering it for himself at any cost. Bristling with action, "Custer's Gold" is a work of historic fiction by award-winning author M. John Lubetkin taking the reader from bar room brawls to bordellos, from robber barons to hard fought Indian battles, all with the violence, realism and irony that typified this dynamic period of American growth. "M. John Lubetkin's novel carries the reader through the world of railroad surveyors, military escorts [and Indian fighting] in the early 1870s. But 'Custer's Gold' has a more sinister, underlying plot: recovering gold from a spectacular bank robbery. Since the larger-than-life Custer is on the scene, he naturally gets involved. Suspense about whether the gold will be unearthed, and who will get it, is maintained until the end in this historically accurate and gripping adventure. This is a great read!" -- Louise Barnett, author of "Touched by Fire: The Life, Death, and Afterlife of George Armstrong Custer"

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