The Storytellers

by John F. Corrigan


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$28.99
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Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/11/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 520
ISBN : 9781532077531
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 520
ISBN : 9781532077555
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 520
ISBN : 9781532077548
Format : Audio
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : N/A
ISBN : 9781663222671

About the Book

It is 1876 America. Ulysses S. Grant is completing his second term as president, the Civil War has been over for eleven years, and Sitting Bull’s Lakota have just defeated Custer’s seventh calvary. But now as rumors begin circulating about a mystical being that is stalking the moonlit skeletons on the battlefield, the US Army begins developing a plan to investigate. A year later, the army dispatches an expedition to return to the Little Bighorn to retrieve the remains of the officers and unearth the alleged mystery behind the rumors. Accompanying the soldiers is a thirty-one-year-old undercover private investigator tasked with interviewing any and all witnesses to Custer’s movements and the subsequent battle along the banks of the Little Bighorn. As DelCol searches for men to interview who he hopes will answer all his questions, he is led down a fascinating path into the history of one of the most famous battles of all time—and eventually to a destiny he never could have imagined. The Storytellers is the tale of a private investigator’s odyssey as he rides along with the US Army in 1877 to investigate the mysteries surrounding the battle of the Little Bighorn.


About the Author

John F. Corrigan is a graduate of Edinboro University of Pennsylvania where he majored in psychology and history. His interest in the battle of the Little Bighorn began with a grass fire there in 1983 and subsequent archeological digs. Corrigan currently lives in Cleveland, Ohio. He is also the author the Gothic Romance Adventures GWEN (2000) and AIDAN (2005).