Frederick J. Chiaventone tells the dramatic story of the Battle of Little Bighorn in this historical fiction that gives a voice to the ordinary soldiers and warriors who put their life on the line in the middle of warfare when their cultures clash.
In this historical novel based on the people and events that made up the culmination of George Armstrong Custer’s controversial career, Chiaventone tells the important and gripping story of the Battle of Little Bighorn.
Sharing a perspective of the battle from the ordinary men and women drawn into circumstances beyond their control, The Road We Do Not Know shares the motivations that drew Native Americans into the frontier Army and led them to resist the pressures and advances of white civilization.
Frederick J. Chiaventone, be known for his award-winning title A Road We Do Not Know, is an American novelist, screenwriter, military historian, consultant, commentator, and retired calvary officer. He served in the U.S. Army from 1973 to 1993. Following this time, he earned a master’s degree in film and television production and went on to write several novels, as well as write and produce many documentaries and news programs for the Department of Defense.