(From the publisher):
Mickey Free knew he belonged with the Apache people who raised him from infancy, with his father, the warrior Geronimo, and his mother, Gray Willow. Then a terrible tragedy and one brutal act of betrayal forced the red-haired, blue-eyed Apache to set out on a lonely path of his own. Trusting the U.S. Army, Free became a legend for leading Geronimo into captivity. But from that moment he could not rest until he faced those who had lied to him and his father, until he had righted an unbearable wrong, and until he had fought one man - his own Apache brother - who had become his most savage enemy.
A true character in frontier history, Mickey Free comes to vivid life in Kerry Newcomb's remarkable tale of how fate brought many enemies - and one loyal woman - to a single man, fighting a war no one else could ever understand.
Original title: The Legend of Mickey Free
Genre: Fiction→ Western→ Native Americans
Fiction→ Western→ Celebrity Characters
Fiction→ Historical→ North America→ Nineteenth Century