Though born in France, author Gustave Aimard spent a long stretch of his life roaming the Western territories of the United States. He was particularly fascinated by the rough-and-tumble borderlands that stretch across the vast area that is now California, Texas, New Mexico and Arizona. The thrilling action-adventure tale The Queen of the Savannah unfurls against the backdrop of a local uprising that gradually takes hold across the region.
In 1783, America had won the Revolutionary War, but the brand-new country was still struggling to survive. Gustave Aimard's The Frontiersman focuses on the triumphs and tribulations of white settlers and native peoples in a vast swath of western New York during this turbulent era.
French-born writer Gustave Aimard penned numerous action-adventure novels over the course of his literary career, many of which are set in Latin America and the western territories of the United States. His gripping tale The Bee Hunters begins with a foiled assassination attempt that has far-reaching consequences for the perpetrator and the intended victim.
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