Le Sentier De La Guerre - Tome 03 - Little Bighorn River

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On the trail of the Sioux


March 1876. Diane Myers, a painter who has come west to immortalize the Plains Indian way of life on her canvases, has settled with the Lakota Sioux tribe and married the young chief Red Leaf. Diane's father, who heads the Bureau of Indian Affairs, has sent a group of mercenaries into the Dakota wilderness with the mission of bringing his daughter back East. But the story is accelerating, and no one will be able to prevent Diane from playing a role in the titanic confrontation that will soon oppose Colonel Custer to the great Sioux chief Sitting Bull on the banks of the Little Bighorn River...

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Publisher : Glénat
Presentation : Hardcover
Format : Album
Weight : 565g
23,8 cm × 32,2 cm × 1,2 cm
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