Bloody Gold

By Chet Cunningham

Action & adventure, Historical fiction | eBook


Nothing is more personal than a knife, and when it's against a skilled Indian, nothing more deadly...the question: for which one? Jim Steel is again in Chiricahua country, now if he can only get out. With a Yellow Boy .44/.40 in his saddle scabbard, and a Centennial New Model Army on his hip, also in .44/.40 he is ready for bear, or a bevy of Indians. And it's a good thing, as they're coming.




Chet Cunningham : Chet Cunningham, who makes his home in San Diego, California, is a prolific writer of novels and nonfiction. He comes from a newspaper background, so he is geared to produce writing every day and not just when “the muse moves [him].” He has been quoted as saying he doesn’t believe in writer’s block. In 1950, Cunningham was drafted in the Army. After nine months in Japan, he was sent to the front lines of the war in Korea. He participated in two battles and numerous line-crossings and prisoner patrols. Assigned to a heavy weapons company, he served as an 81 mm mortar gunner, squad leader, and section leader. His service earned him the Combat Infantryman’s Badge. Upon conclusion of two years of service, he was discharged in the rank of sergeant.


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Chet Cunningham : Chet Cunningham, who makes his home in San Diego, California, is a prolific writer of novels and nonfiction. He comes from a newspaper background, so he is geared to produce writing every day and not just when “the muse moves [him].” He has been quoted as saying he doesn’t believe in writer’s block. In 1950, Cunningham was drafted in the Army. After nine months in Japan, he was ...


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