Five-time Spur Award Winner. The most critically acclaimed Western writer of this or any other time! -- Loren D. Estleman. On June 25, 1876, George Armstrong Custer and the 265 men under his command lost their lives at the Battle of the Little Big Horn -- an event referred to as Custer's Last Stand. Custer's division was part of an expedition intended to locate and rout Indian tribes that had organized under Chief Sitting Bull. Custer, a daring leader, would find his most lasting fame in the Indians' greatest victory -- and his final defeat. Custer's Last Stand is the tale of this tragic fate. In this novel, and it's predecessor, Yellow Hair, the West's most legendary figure is brought to life by Will Henry, its finest storyteller.