Col. Myles W. Keogh, The Legend and The Man

Comanche, the mount of Brevet Col., Captain Keogh, was found with blood on his mane; not his own but that of his rider. Did the bold, courageous veteran of the Civil War ride among his men giving them encouragement, only to be shot from his horse and killed during the Battle of Little Bighorn? This book traces the life of Myles W. Keogh up to his untimely death on the plains of Montana. More

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About Linda J. Scott

Born in El Paso, Texas, I grew up in Iowa and have been lucky enough to have parents that like to travel. I've traveled all over the United States. I've been to places such as Little Big Horn Battlefield on three different occasions, Gettysburg Battlefield, the Smithsonian Institute and such small places as the grave of Chief Wapello and the Battle of Athens.
I grew up loving the American west and horses. I worked Standardbred racing barns during my high school summers and bought a couple of race horses after graduating, which I trained and raced. My horse racing came to an abrupt end a few years later with a barn fire, in which no horses died, Thank God. The horse I'm pictured with is Breezy. A Standardbred gelding, that I bought as a yearly and raced as a two-year-old and three-year-old. He's the best horse I ever owned and passed from this earth when he was 25 years old.
I went to college, attended R.O.T.C.; went to Fort Knox, Kentucky and earned a B.A. in history. My interest lying mostly in American and European history-especially Ireland, which my dad's family came and German - which most of my mom's ancestry came.
I've done a lot of things in life, too many to mention here. I've written a lot fiction crime novels under the pen name GiAnna Moratelli.

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