Arizona Territory, in 1867, was a raw new land where even the U.S. Army didn't appear to know too much about the Indians - except that they were Apaches, and deadly. And, Loch Angevine was a raw new recruit, fresh off the farm, who didn't know much about the army. His ignorance bothered him, and he met this challenge with all the dogged determination of his Scottish heritage. He figured he'd learn by studying and copying the best men in the troop. There was no way for Loch to know even the toughest sergeant knew nothing about keeping a whole skin in Indian country. This was something each man had to find out for himself, the hard way - or be dead.
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Used availability for Wade Everett's Cavalry Recruit
December 2006 : USA Library Binding
April 2006 : UK Hardback
April 1970 : USA Mass Market Paperback