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The Lightbridge Legacy: Destiny's Call
This is the first of a trilogy (actually one long novel split into three books). This young adult tale is an excellent piece of writing. Ani, an adolescent girl who, troubled by strange dreams and visions, …
reviewed The Fence My Father Built. August 31, 2010
The Fence My Father Built
   Told through the eyes of Muri Pond, the reader makes a journey of the heart and travels with her children to the inherited property from her father, Joe Pond who left when she was three.   …
reviewed Blue-Eyed Devil. July 06, 2010
Blue-Eyed Devil [Hardcover]
4 1/2 stars.      Virgil Cole and Everett Hatch return to Appaloosa where they had enforced the law in the past.      Things have changed and currently, the town …
In The Shadow of Wounded Knee
The more you read about American history the more you come to realize the significance that so many obscure and long forgotten events had on the history of our nation.  I have read about a great …
reviewed "The Bingo Palace" Louise Erdrich. June 30, 2010
This is the story telling of the growth and maturation of Lipshaw Morrisey.      Lipshaw, illegitimate son of June Kashpaw and Gary Nanapush, is summoned home to the reservation by …
posted a Quick Tip about "Iron Lake" by Krueger. June 21, 2010
I think it would help the reader if they had a map of Minnesota and placed the town of Aurora on the map.
reviewed "Iron Lake" by Krueger. June 21, 2010
The story takes place in Aurora, Minnesota, during the winter. There are more people traveling by skis and snowmobiles than by cars.      Judge Robert Parrent is found dead, a possible …
reviewed Blue-Eyed Devil. June 13, 2010
Blue-Eyed Devil [Hardcover]
I was devastated  when Robert B. Parker passed on early in 2010.  I have enjoyed his novels and characters immensely over the years and it’s sad to know that very few are left in the queue …
posted a Quick Tip about The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of .... June 11, 2010
The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears (The Penguin Library of American Indian History)
Sad tale, written well, good naration
reviewed The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of .... November 15, 2009
The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears (The Penguin Library of American Indian History)
Since I was a little boy my dad has talked about the "Trail of Tears".  My father has always been sympathetic to the plight of Native Americans and has been generous to their causes over …
reviewed The Fence My Father Built. October 22, 2009
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The Fence My Father Built
The Fence My Father Built by Linda S. Clare is a poignant novel about finding where you belong. Muri Pond is taking her two children, Nova and Tru, home to her father's home in the desert area of Oregon …
reviewed FOUR WINDS - Poems From Indian Rituals. June 14, 2009
A wonderful little book - a small collection of traditional native american chants from the southwest tribes - Navaho, Hopi and the Zuni - collected by Gene Meany Hodge, with authentic drawings and …
reviewed Carlisle vs. Army: Jim Thorpe, Dwight.... December 12, 2008
Carlisle vs. Army
They are names that are familiar to just about anyone who has studied American history or who considers him or herself a sports fan. Just about everyone in America has heard the names Pop Warner and Dwight …
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