Miller's Curse of the Tomahaw book is a historical narrative of
the upper regions of Pennsylvania during the Revolutionary War.
It's a terrific account of the roots of the American nation and
tells of the people forming the great American spirit which in turn
would conquer and settle a continent.
Curse of the Tomahawk is a true story of how people invaded and
decimated by the British Empire and their Indian allies literally
rise from the ashes of defeat and strike out against their brazen
foe just a few short months after their total defeat in the Battle
of Wyoming in 1778. They turn, reform and advance against their
enemies, the mighty British Empire whose ranks include some Wyoming
men; friends, neighbors and brothers now turned against their own,
and the mighty and fierce Iroquois Confederacy, the greatest of
all the North American Tribes. Come read of their true story, a
story defining the American spirit.
James Miller resides in Gettysburg where he is a Licensed Battlefield
Guide. He is a veteran of the United States Navy and is currently
working on another Revolutionary War novel about the Wyoming Valley.
He's also an avid history buff who joined a revolutionary war reenactment
group around Wilkes-Barre and the upper reaches of the Susquehanna
Paperback, 2009, 360 pages, index, $15.99.