The Last Hundred

"Jock never surrendered; not in 1865 or 1886, Cap'n.
It's 1927 and he's fighting with his Chiricahua down in the Sierra Madre. A real Bronco Warrior." Joe MacIntosh, Scout. More

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Words: 67,600
Language: English
ISBN: 9781466099067
About Jim Ellis

I write novels, the kind I’d read, and hope that my books attract readers who’ll enjoy them and spread the word.
I’ve made a living as a seafarer, production planner, personnel manager, and university lecturer. I trained as a historian.
I like to write. When not writing I’m reading.... then finding time for Jazz, and travel with my wife, especially New York City.

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Review by: John Curran on May 27, 2012 : (no rating)
Not a book I would normally expect to enjoy and found it totally engaging because of its obvious background of objective research and historical knowledge. The magic realism of some described events did not appeal to this reader but that aside the portrayed characters were vivid and real and interesting. There was content that was explicit and some of it brutal. My inference was that the brutality went with the territory, period and sense of honour/identity, but that is a debatable proposition. The book made me sit up and think and am pbviously still doing.
(reviewed 6 months after purchase)

Review by: thomas Mangan on March 20, 2012 : (no rating)
Hi,I have just finished this book,my first on smatch books and the first by the Author.What a most enjoyable book,I've found out more about the Chiricahua and their religion/way of life,no wonder they were such fearson warriors.I'm looking to my next read by this Author and have already downloaded it.
Well worth a read.
(reviewed 38 days after purchase)

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