Custer's Luck ePub download
by William E. Moody,Robert Skimin
- ISBN: 1928746144
- ISBN13: 978-1928746140
- ePub: 1863 kb | FB2: 1339 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Science Fiction
- Publisher: Herodias; 1st edition (September 1, 2000)
- Pages: 297
- Rating: 4.7/5
- Votes: 603
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As Skimin reminds the reader, Custer led a charmed life, at least until his famous last stand.
As Skimin reminds the reader, Custer led a charmed life, at least until his famous last stand. As a fighting soldier, Custer's "luck" saw him safely through the Civil War, court-martial, scandals, failed investments, and Indian wars (almost). In this fictional universe, the general's luck holds much longer. Skimin went this route earlier with Gray Victory, in which the Confederacy wins the War between the States.
Pub Date: Oct. 20th, 2000.
A Custer presidency is a fascinating allohistorical byway.
With a twinkle in his eye, Robert Skimin has created perhaps his most imaginative and enjoyable book .
With a twinkle in his eye, Robert Skimin has created perhaps his most imaginative and enjoyable book yet - an alternative history of George Armstrong Custer that is as believable as it is provocative. Custer wins the White House with help from James Gordon Bennett, J. publisher of the New York Herald. For both friends and enemies of the man and his legacy, Robert Skimin skillfully delivers the final word on Custer's g.
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In Custer’s Luck, Robert Skimin examines Custer’s character and postulates how he would have turned a victory at Little Bighorn to. .
In Custer’s Luck, Robert Skimin examines Custer’s character and postulates how he would have turned a victory at Little Bighorn to his advantage in subsequent years. Skimin takes Custer from the battle through a meteoric rise through the military, culminating in his 1880 Presidential victory over James Garfield. In the course of his adventures, Custer always manages to have things fall out his way, hence the title of the novel.