The Last Hundred by Jim Ellis

A Novel Of The Apache Wars

1920's Mexico and the American Southwest hold many dangers, as the last Apache strongholds persist against the foreign invaders.

The last hundred

Hard as nails, Confederate serviceman Jock MacNeil receives an unexpected invitation to guide runaways from a reservation to a stronghold in Sierra Madre.

Facing both Mexican and American authorities, and the Apache Wars raging around them, Jock witnesses first-hand the terrors of war, and his own transformation from a man of faith to Apache spirituality.


★★★★★ - "I knew little about this time in America's history, but found this story to be completely gripping. The storytelling is first rate, and Jock is the perfect stand-in for the reader, both observer and participant in the tribes' adventures and heartbreak. Highly recommended."

★★★★★ - "Once again, Jim Ellis weaves a tale that showcases historical times and the people who lived them, this time in the American West. Great stuff."

Genre: BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Native Americans

Secondary Genre: HISTORY / Americas (North, Central, South, West Indies)

Language: English

Keywords: none

Word Count: 75000

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