Lieutenant John Dunbar arrived at Fort Sedgewick anxious to be a good U.S. soldier. Instead, he found himself charmed by the Comanche people and, before he knew it, became one of them, loving an Indian woman and going by a new name, Dances with Wolves.
"One of the most honest pieces of testimony on the psychology of a whole generation who have grown up during the Depression and the war," -Edmund Wilson, "The New Yorker" "In this imaginative journal, set against fresh and vivid scenes in Chicago, the author has outlined what must seem to many others an uncannily accurate delineation of themselves." -"The New York Times" "An extraordinary first novel." -"The Observer"
Steven Scott is relatively new to horses racing. But under the inspired guidance of a great trainer, he wins again and again. Yet just when Steven is winning at both women and horses, he discovers deceit in his own stables. And termination of the troublemaker marks Steven for his own termination.... "Few things are more convincing then Dick Francis at full gallop."