Blood Moon: A Captive's Tale by Ruth Hull Chatlien
Publication Date: June 14, 2017
Paperback & eBook; 424 Pages
Genre: Historical Fiction
"Chatlien’s mastery of the historical period—especially the life and culture of the Sioux—is notable and creates a fictional atmosphere of authenticity. A subtle dramatization of the conflict between white settlers and Native Americans in the 19th century." - Kirkus Reviews
"Richly detailed, Blood Moon is an intrepid tale of bravery and adventure in America's western frontiers. Perfect for fans of immersive historical fiction." - Stephanie Thornton, author of The Tiger Queens and The Conqueror's Wife
"An engrossing tale of struggle and justice-of friendship, mercy, and a rare, moving love. Ruth Hull Chatlien writes with great sensitivity and vivid yet subtle prose. Blood Moon is a must-read for fans of western novels, as well as women's historical fiction." -Libbie Hawker, author of Tidewater
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About the AuthorRuth Hull Chatlien has been a writer and editor of educational materials for nearly thirty years, specializing in U.S. and world history. She is the author of Modern American Indian Leaders for middle-grade readers. Her award-winning first novel, The Ambitious Madame Bonaparte, portrays the tumultuous life of Elizabeth “Betsy” Patterson Bonaparte. Her latest novel, Blood Moon: A Captive’s Tale, is now available for pre-order.
She lives in northeastern Illinois with her husband, Michael, and a very pampered dog named Smokey. When she’s not writing, she can usually be found gardening, knitting, drawing, painting, or watching football.
For more information please visit Ruth's website. You can also connect with her on Facebook, Twitter, and Goodreads. Sign up for Ruth's newsletter here.
Copy received from Historical Fiction Virtual Book Tours
"Blood Moon" was such an enjoyable read! Sarah-the heroine and main character was a person that was handed one tough turn after another! When she is unjustly thrown out of her house she thinks that life is finally in her favor but when she faces the rough life of the wilderness in Minnesota her strength and fortitude are once again tested! When Sarah is taken captive by Sioux she once again has to depend on her survival instincts to protect her life and that of her children. Through Sarah's experience in the Sioux tribe the reader gets to the experience of the settlers and the indigenous. Overall, great read and very enlightening!
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