Flashman and the Redskins - From The Flashman Papers 1849-50 and 1875-76 - George MacDonald Fraser 1982 - Collins, London - First Edition What was Harry Flashman doing on the slopes of Little Bighorn, caught between the gallant remnant of Custer’s 7th Cavalry and the attack of Sitting Bull’s braves? He was trying to get out of the line of fire and escape yet again with his life (if not his honour) intact.

Here is the legendary and authentic West of Mangas Colorado’s Apaches, of Kit Carson, Custer and Spotted Tail, of Crazy Horse and the Deadwood stage, gunfighters and gamblers, scoundrels and Indian belles, enthusiastic widows and mysterious adventuresses.

The seventh volume of the "Flashman Papers" records the arch-cad's adventures in America during Gold Rush of 1849 and the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1876, and his acquaintance with famous Indian chiefs, American soldiers, frontiersmen and statesmen.
  There appears to be three states of the dust-jacket’s lower corner of the flat flap - priced ‘£7.95 net’ (exhibited on this copy), no price stated (possibly printed for export), and price, clipped and sometimes with the publishers price sticker somewhere on the flap. We have also noticed that endpapers can have the map of the Northern USA and Canada at the front and the map of Southern USA and Mexico at the back, and sometimes the other way around. Either way it is a fantastic read and we have no evidence to suggest that these indicate first or second printings.

pp. xii [2] 15-479 [1]. In publisher’s scarlet cloth, spine titled in gilt, maps for endpapers. Dust jacket priced at ‘£7.95 net’.
  Condition: Near fine, minor soiling to edges, in very good jacket, with toning to spine and upper edges, wrinkles to spine ends.   Ref: 106149   Price: HK$ 900