U.S. soldier Charles King first saw the battlefield during the American Indian Wars and, by 1898, had worked his way up to the rank of Brigadier General. After retirement, the battle-scarred veteran turned his attention to literature, penning dozens of action-packed novels, stories, and screenplays. An Apache Princess recounts the tale of a grizzled lieutenant whose daring exploits on the battlefield are bested only by his romantic entanglements with a handful of markedly different women.Apache. Queen. agt;9 In the slant of the evening sunshine a young girl, an Indian, was crouching among the bare rocks at the ... There was fanciful embroidery of bead and thread about the throat. ... and the dainty make of her moccasins, the soft, pliant folds of the leggins that fell, Apache fashion, about her ankles, all told, withanbsp;...
|Title||:||An Apache Princess|
|Publisher||:||The Floating Press - 2012-01-01|