History Publishing Company Has "Custer Survivor" Riding Again

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“New forensic evidence prompts a second edition of Custer Survivor. The new evidence further proving Frank Finkle’s survival, clearly illustrates that not all the troopers were wiped out at Little Big Horn”— John Koster

Custer Survivor Second Edition provides additional photographic and forensic evidence, that there was one survivor of the Battle of the Little Big horn popularly known as “Custer’s Last Stand.” It has been generally accepted that all members of the five companies of the Seventh Cavalry died with Custer at the Little Bighorn. Author John Koster indicates that his new evidence will provide the final evidence confirming that a wounded Sergeant Frank Finckle of “C” Company inadvertently escaped on his panic-stricken horse.

“The new evidence further proving Frank Finkle’s survival, clearly illustrates that not all the troopers were wiped out at Little Big Horn.” says John Koster. “For those aficionados who cling to the time- worn myth, this new evidence will surely be the catalyst for the final showdown. The new evidence is sure to convince any open minded student or historian of the reality of the Battle at the Little Big Horn.”

“Custer Survivor” was given starred reviews by both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal when it first appeared in 2010. The latter, in reference to the Last Stand mythology stated,: “This well-written and carefully reasoned argument is essential reading for scholars and students of the West. Publishers Weekly concluded “ In this chronicle of meticulous research, handwriting analysis, and document investigation, journalist Koster turns that myth on its ear.”

John Koster is a distinguished author of literary works dealing with the American Indian. He is known for his thorough knowledge of American Indian history. His first book, “The Road To Wounded Knee”, won the Sigma Delta Chi Award for Distinguished Public Service. He is a frequent contributor to Wild West, Civil War Times and other history related magazines.

Custer Survivor Second Edition will be published electronically om June 20, 2017 and will be available for pre-pub ordering on Amazon, Barnes and Noble and KOBO on June 1, 2017


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