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... is a story set in the Civil War era that takes the issues of slavery and injustice head on. The main character, Colton Sage, is the son of a runaway slave and an Indian woman. He is born free into a world of unending prejudice and bias. He grows up to become one of the most notorious Indian outlaws in the land, the infamous ‘Black Bat from Hell.’ This is a no holds barred account of the events that led up to the Indian war of 1862 and the largest mass execution in US history. Not for the fainthearted, this historically engaging work of fiction is told with a series of cliff hanger chapter endings and a ‘can’t put it down’ storyline.
Frederick H Savage is a Wyoming author who has won many writing awards at the state and national levels. Categories include: adult fiction, children’s fiction and poetry. He has won awards for works that deal with child abuse and neglect, children’s issues, traditional poetry, Western themes and the Vietnam War.