Tag: native american

Deadly Omen

Deadly Omen

| June 12, 2019

A candidate for princess is murdered at a Native American pow wow while Tempe Crabtree is working there in her capacity as deputy. Tempe’s investigation takes her onto the Bear Creek Indian Reservation. Her search for the killer puts her job in jeopardy, strains her marriage, and almost gets her killed.

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The Bearwalker’s Daughter

The Bearwalker’s Daughter

| July 27, 2018

Autumn 1784: Karin McNeal hasn’t grasped who she really is or her fierce birthright. A tragic secret from the past haunts the young Scots-Irish woman longing to learn more of her mother’s death and the mysterious father no one will name. The elusive voices she hears in the wind hint at the dramatic changes soon […]

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Sons of Taldra: A Science Fiction Adventure

Sons of Taldra: A Science Fiction Adventure

| April 3, 2018

In an alternate reality, an Iroquois scientist and her twin gay sons battle shapeshifting aliens. Telius wants to marry the man he loves. Argen struggles with the residual effects of a deadly drug addiction. Both twins help their mother face Valchondria’s greatest threats. Taldra accepted the title of Leader for Valchondria’s one-world government. Maintainer Admiral […]

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The Walking Stick: Part 1

The Walking Stick: Part 1

| March 23, 2018

A charming, deftly crafted narrative propelled by strong characters.” —Kirkus Review A Bookdaily Featured Romance in April “…This engaging, mystical novel is part adventure story, part love story, but most of all, it’s a tribute to the strength of Cherokee character and culture. The author, whose own great-grandparents were Cherokee, delivers a tale that’s rich […]

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Beneath the Blackberry Moon: the Red Feather

Beneath the Blackberry Moon: the Red Feather

| February 20, 2018

In this CHRISTIAN FICTION, you’ll experience a vivid Native American setting and a weighty romance that will render you breathless.  On a moonless night in 1813, Adela McGirth encounters a set of wolves and the steely eyed warrior who slays them, searing himself on her heart. When he returns, it’s with a brand of a […]

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Holding Fire

Holding Fire

| January 6, 2018

“A sensitive depiction of the power of both love and land.” – Kirkus Reviews The conflict between the cattle ranchers of Midas County and the federal government has been smoldering for more than 20 years. Harlan Hale, the crusty Nevada cowboy, has had enough. When the BLM tries to seize his herd, Harlan meets them […]

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Circles

Circles

| December 3, 2017

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fall 2015 — Best Books in Historical Fiction “Circles ~ This novel of historic fiction is a must for any fan of Native American history, or seeker of knowledge, or lover of life. It is expertly crafted with vivid imagery and characters that will become beloved. If you don’t know […]

Into the Wilderness

Into the Wilderness

| November 6, 2017

The time-travel saga continues with book 2. A magnificent timeless adventure that tugs at the heart, weighs the soul, and measures the human strength and spirit. The Wilderness time travel series continues with this historically detailed story of love, war, and fantastic adventure. Dr. Karen Anderson returns to the past, to the Lakota and her […]

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The Mystery of Ghost Dancer Ranch

The Mystery of Ghost Dancer Ranch

| May 1, 2017

Against their wishes, cousins Jacie Masters, (Punkin), and Hannah Roberts, (Boo), are thrown together for the summer at their grandparents’ Ghost Dancer Ranch. What starts as a very boring summer turns dangerous when they find themselves in the middle of an insidious plot to steal the ranch and turn it into a Casino. By clinging […]

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Riders of the Lone Star

Riders of the Lone Star

| April 10, 2017

The year is 1852 and a handful of settlers work to carve out an existence on the Texas frontier. It is a harsh life, where families are at the mercy of hostile Comanche and vicious outlaws, and the only ones holding the line between life and death are a few brave men, known as Texas […]

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