White Apache by army veteran turned author Len Levinson is the fourth book in the Apache Wars series. The fiction takes place in 1857, when Buchanan is President. As the nation warms to war over the social issue of slavery, another war is enacted in the remote New Mexico territory. Here bluecoats challenge fierce Apache tribal warriors. Among the Apaches is a white warrior who was once named Nathanial Barrington. Nathaniel's mystical visions make him valuable to the Apaches as a healer and as a combat leader. Nathaniel must choose between his old comrades and his new brothers, and in his personal life must choose between the two women who want him greatly. Bill Quinn’s narration brings alive this war fantasy.
It is 1857. Under President James Buchanan, the battle lines for America’s coming conflagration are being violently drawn. As the burning questions of slavery scorches the nation, another savage war takes shape in the West. In the far-off New Mexico territory, blue-coated soldiers hurl a challenge against the implacable Mimbreno Apaches: surrender or die. And in the Indians’ ranks stands the brave called Sunny Bear - the powerful, blond-haired warrior and medicine man. Once his name was Nathanial Barrington, one of the finest officers in the United States Army. Now his visions guide him and his new tribe on daring raids against his former countrymen. Amid the smoke of battle and in desire’s fiercest blaze, he must choose between the two proud peoples who fight for his loyalty and the two impassioned women who vie for his soul.