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Dance the River Whale

Ron Mercier

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ISBN 10: 0966852702 / ISBN 13: 9780966852707
Published by Deerbridge Books, U.S.A, 1999
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U.S.A: Deerbridge Books, 1999. Book. Fine. Trade Paperback. First American Edition. Fine Trade Paperback. Beautiful Cover Painting of a 'Wise Woman' and a whale 'Spirit Guide' reflects this novel about a man's self discovery of his Mohawk roots thru a Wise woman spirit guide! 251pp. Clean NOT a library book. Great gift. Bookseller Inventory # 008861

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Title: Dance the River Whale

Publisher: Deerbridge Books, U.S.A

Publication Date: 1999

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: First American Edition...

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When twenty-four-year-old Tom Tetreault becomes consumed with a self-destructive hate for his grandfather, a near-death experience introduces him to invisible forces that enable him not only to recover his own life, but to help his grandfather die as he had seldom lived- in peace.

The intermediary between Tom and those forces for life is a spirit guide called the Dark Woman, modeled after the wise woman of the Iroquois nations. From a small Massachusetts fishing town, through New Hampshire and Vermont, to the banks of the St. Lawrence River in Canada, she accompanies him on an extraordinary journey of forgiveness and reconciliation.

Having struggled against odds to recover his love for his grandfather, Tom learns that his love extends beyond his immmediate family, and leads him to the discovery of his Mohawk heritage and destiny as a spiritual healer among his people.

About the Author:

RON MERCIER is a former Catholic priest, teacher and psychotherapist who now devotes his time and energy to writing. The father of three sons, he lives with his wife in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts.

Mercier, disturbed by the acts and messages of hate that infiltrate society at all levels, has set out to explore the resources upon which both individual and community can rely to make life more fulfilling for everyone.

He brings his study of universal religious symbols and powerful storytelling to bear on the critical issues of the times.

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