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The author gives us a cursory examination of 6 western massacres. Usually his books are filled with descriptions of people, places and things. Not here. Read morePublished 8 months ago by John Bowes
This is a great insight into the authors research for his Westerns. Thanks, Mr. McMurtry. Your reporting and point of view is appreciated.Published 10 months ago by Unknown
I love McMurtry and the subject matter was interesting. However, I found the book choppy and disorganized. Like he was cutting and pasting rather than writing. Read morePublished 11 months ago by lance g morton
I enjoyed the simplicity of Larry's writing and outlines.
The facts always seem to read easier although you might not always like the results. Read more
While Mr. McMurtry's revisiting of major massacres in the 1800's west was well done and well supported -- nearly half of the book was taken up by notes -- there are also many... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Philip John Tremblay
Larry Mc Murtry does a fine job explaining atrocities to Native American people under the guise of peace, religion, and power.Published 16 months ago by Elizabeth M. Wallace