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From the creator of the most intriguingHeroes and adored villain everspawned -DANCE of the RISING SUN Known by his People as Michael Len Red Mountain, he has returned to Cati Phoenix to claim what is rightfully his. The obstacles arisen to stand in his way are welded in powerful influences. But his leverages prove more potent than all the great cerebrates of greed and cleverness combined, for his are born of his culture... In this sequel to the acclaimed rojo it is again proven irrefutably that evil can never win.
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Susan G. Cline (the G is for Gail) is the author of the best selling underground book, WARRIOR WOMAN-Native American teachings For Healing The Girl Within. (Morning Horse Communications, Indianapolis) Released in 1999 with the help of a publisher out of Chicago, WARRIOR WOMAN soon entered statuses among one of history's most influential and timeless nonfiction underground books ever. Within it are some of Susan's award-winning poetry, artwork and quotes from personal friends of The Lakota, The Ottawa, The San Carlos Apache among other Tribes, as well as documentation of personal experiences privy to those who know of her life's work as a proponent of The Native Culture. Since 1989, Susan has dedicated her life to the betterment of The Sacred Native American Culture, releasing THE SONG OF STRONG WIND (Triumph Records, Texas) as the first step towards what would become the rest of her life. Susan Horse Woman as she is known to Native People has lived and worked among several Tribes over the years. She has been a writer her entire life, making up songs as early as two, writing poetry by the age of four. Her poems have been published repeatedly throughout the world. She has taught lectures and workshops on the betterment of the inner heart and the strengthening of the soul. She is currently working on her fourth novel, THE LEGEND OF NIGHT WOLF (takes place 1864-1890) as well as a screenplay for her bestselling novel, rojo. A co-founder of a Woman's Lodge, she is involved in two Inter Tribal Organizations. She is a native of the Texas Southeast Gulf Coast, born on Galveston Island and presently resides in Indianapolis, Indiana with her husband, two children, two cats, and Maka, her dog. Ten percent of proceeds from this novel will be dispersed to The American Red Cross, The United Way, and to Tribes in The Taos, New Mexico region, as well as to other Native American causes, Tribes, and organizations. Go to Susan's website for more indepth information: www.Su
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Book Description AuthorHouse, 2006. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1420894870
Book Description AuthorHouse, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1420894870
Book Description AuthorHouse, 2006. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 624 pages. 7.80x5.00x1.70 inches. In Stock. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # 1420894870