Absorbing narrative with inconvincible ending… Kimber Hannon returns home after four days of vacation in the Lake of the Ozarks, to find that the key to her home doesn’t work. Apparently, the next-door neighbor has rented the place to…
A poignant story of resilience and grit, as well as unnecessary prejudices and unexplainable tragedy… Set in the late nineteenth and the early twentieth-century in the Northern Plains, Stanion’s debut novel tells the story of a white teacher and his Lakota student’s enduring bond. Twelve-year-old John Iron Horse survived the Wounded Knee massacre and is determined to succeed. But his government-run school motto – "Kill the Indian, save the man" – is a challenge....
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