Books by Robert Skimin

CUSTER’S LUCK by Robert Skimin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 20, 2000

"Skimin is an experienced hand at the 'might have been' (Apache Autumn, 1993, etc.), and backstopped by researcher Moody, he gives us a plausible Custer, flawed, flamboyant, and thoroughly entertaining."
Little Big Horn goes Custer's way in this lively "what if" novel. Read full book review >
APACHE AUTUMN by Robert Skimin
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Jan. 19, 1993

"Truth and history prevail over bodice-ripping in a sad, well- told story."
The leadership of an exceptionally capable chief is not enough to preserve Apache independence in the face of post-Civil War expansionism. Read full book review >
RENEGADE LIGHTNING by Robert Skimin
Released: March 1, 1992

"Too bad."
A straight-arrow midwestern flyer and a rising mafioso team up to clip the wings of a murderous Italian ace who terrorizes the skies over WW II Sicily. Read full book review >