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Book: Calling the Dead (Tempe Crabtree Mystery) by Marilyn Meredith
Tempe Crabtree is the resident deputy of Bear Creek, a small mountain community in the southern Sierra. Her continuing interest in the spiritual side of her heritage often causes unrest in her marriage to her minister husband. In Calling the Dead, Deputy Tempe Crabtree investigates a murder that looks like death from natural causes, and a suicide that looks like murder. Putting her job on the [...]
 
Book: Home Style Indian Cooking In A Jiffy (How To Cook Everything In A Jiffy) (Volume 2) by Prasenjeet Kumar
#1 Amazon Best Seller in Indian Cooking #1 Amazon Hot New Releases in Indian Cooking (January 2014) #2 Amazon Best Seller in Professional Cooking "Home Style" Indian Cooking Demystified With an amazing compilation of over 100 delectable Indian dishes, many of which you can't get in any Indian restaurant for love or for money, this is unlike any other Indian Cook book. What this book focuses on is [...]
 
Book: Songs for Indian Medicine by Mitch Battese
Songs for Indian Medicine is a riveting and perplexing story of the fragmentation of American Indian communities, families and culture. Written by an American Indian counselor and psychotherapist, the story merges the complex lives of three women and their families in a way that leads the reader into a maze of Native life on and off Indian reservations. The reader is challenged to separate [...]
 
Book: The Liberation of Ravenna Morton by Suzanne Jenkins
A stranger coming forward to expose a bunch of family secrets was the last thing anyone expected. But when she does, the painful journey leads to freedom for Ravenna Morton. Ravenna Morton is a Native American woman living a very old-fashioned life in a primitive cabin at the edge of the Kalamazoo River. Facing modern problems when her lifelong romance with a Greek artist is closely examined by [...]
 
Book: Love Vegan - Authentic Indian Favorites Made Easy by High Cedar Press
Discover Delicious Plant-Based Dishes Inspired by Authentic Indian Flavours Celebrate the rich and exciting diversity of Indian food! Whether you're a creamy korma fan or a full-on chili fiend, this cookbook has the perfect recipe for you. Prepare yourself for a world of recipes that are full of spices, rich aromas, and aromatic flavors - all cooked with ease within your very own kitchen. The [...]
 
Book: Destiny's Shadow by Rita Karnopp
Montana Territory 1867 ~ When Laura Hewett follows her father out of the mountains she never expects to lose him to an avalanche before they reach their destination of Helena, in the Territory of Montana. With the help of her friend Raven Quiver, Laura arrives at the Prickly Pear Ranch on her sixteenth birthday. Her life changes forever when she learns that the man who raised her was not her real [...]
 
Book: I Don't! - A Comedy of Error by Kealohilani
Jeremy James Smith has it all money, fame, and a successful, beautiful, fiancee. But, during his Vegas bachelor party the night before his wedding to the woman of his dreams Jeremy (a straight, cisgender male billionaire with a high public profile) accidentally marries his would-be brother-in-law, Brandon, instead.
 
Book: Tuni's Tale by Sudhira Gupta
This is a story about the beauty and pain of tradition in the life of a Bengali girl born in 1907. The author of this memoir, Sudhira Goswami Gupta, was born into a Vaishnavite Brahmin family that had been powerful Zamindars but by the 20th century depended on salaries earned by a generation born in the late 19th century and educated in colonial institutions. The family, which continued to [...]
 
Book: Living Shamanism - Unveiling the Mystery by Julie Dollman
Living Shamanism has been a wonderful vehicle, not just for shamans or those curious about a shamanic path. I wrote the book to help anyone who feels lost or is searching to fill a void. Or those having problems with relationships with other people, life in general or ultimately themselves,. We live in a society where we concentrate more on pleasing and fulfilling the expectations of others [...]
 
Book: Invisible Path by Marilyn Meredith
A popular young Indian man is found near the recovery center at the far end of the Bear Creek Reservation. While investigating, Deputy Tempe Crabtree learns the victim wasn't quite what he seemed, and crosses paths with a militant para-military group who pique her curiosity and end up being a threat.
 
Book: Mist Before the Rising Sun by Jonathan M. Nielson
For those familiar with the Indian Wars, the forty years of conflict fought for control of the Great Plains during ans after the Civil War, mention of the epic fight on the Arickaree Fork of the Republican River known as the battle of Beecher or Beecher's island, conjures images of heroism, sacrifice and survival, suffering unimaginable hardships against insurmountable odds. The distinction is [...]
 
Book: Stone Heart's Woman by Velda Brotherton
Heading out west to Nebraska becomes a nightmare when Aiden Conner's fiance deserts her. Having a knife held to her throat by a blond-haired Cheyenne warrior only adds to her terror. All she wants is to return home to her family in St. Louis, but a blizzard traps her and her wounded captor in a cabin in the wilderness. After the betrayal of his mother's people, Stone Heart has sworn to never [...]
 
Book: Cherokee Talisman by David-Michael Harding
They were blood-thirsty savages - superstitious, dirty animals. They were thieves and killers who burned houses to the ground and kidnapped women and children. They were protectors of a Nation - guerrilla fighters serving their country. They were husbands and fathers who built homes in lush valleys for their families. They were - the same men. In 1775 perspective came with the color of your skin. [...]
 
Book: Indian Massacre in Orlando by Walter Parks
Arguably the last Indians living in Central Florida in 1883 were all massacred because the chief's favorite squaw loved White Man Cow. John asked the President of the United States to send soldiers to remove the Indians. John didn't think his request was out of line; after all the government had earlier been moving Indians to the "Indians Territory" (now Oklahoma) for years. But the President [...]
 
Book: Congratulations, Your Daughter Is Engaged Now What? A Father's Emotional Survival Guide by Dr. Kenneth Lewis Andrus
Congratulations, Dad. You just learned your daughter is engaged. Another innocent is going down the aisle.But what you likely don't understand, it's not just your daughter who is about to proceed on the perilous journey. In a Father's Emotional Survival Guide, the author explores the complex interplay of a father's emotions as he escorts his daughter down the aisle and offers advice on how to [...]
 
Book: Spirit Dog by Frances Altman
"Spirit Dog" was the name the Indians called Adolphus a dachshund that traveled the Texas Road to Oklahoma Territory with Jeffery Martin and his family Adventure begins at Fort Gibson when they explore a riverboat where they discover a captive Cherokee Indian boy named Hawk. The threesome head for freedom only to be captured by fierce Osage Indians. Unlike the Indians' wolf dogs, Adolphus is a [...]
 
Book: Scrumptious Meals from India Volume One by Sudesh Abrol
This is the first Volume in a multi-volume set of cookbooks aimed at the non-Indian cook who would like to learn the basics of Indian cookery from a former restaurant owner and chef. This volume focuses on introductory knowledge of spices, measures and approaches and includes recipes for starters, soups and drinks.
 
Book: Medicine Man I - The Chief of All Time by S.R. Howen
Shannon Running Deer is American Indian by blood, he has forsaken his people's ancient ways to embrace the "modern" world as a wealthy, highly successful trauma surgeon. His comfortable existence begins to unravel when, seemingly by chance, Shannon finds himself gradually drawn into the past. Pursued by an ancient evil, he knows he can change the future, if he can survive the past. In the [...]
 
Book: River Spirits by Marilyn Meredith
While filming a movie on the Bear Creek Indian Reservation, the film crew trespasses on sacred ground, threats are made against the female stars, a missing woman is found by the Hairy Man, an actor is murdered, and Deputy Tempe Crabtree has no idea who is guilty. Once again, the elusive and legendary Hairy Man plays an important role in this newest Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery.
 
Book: Cherokee Bill - The other Goldsby - The Other Goldsby by Fred Staff
This a the sequal to SERGEANT GOLDSBY AND THE 20TH CAVALRY. Crawford Goldsby, Cherokee Bill, was Sergeant Goldsby's son. This historical fiction is the most complete story ever told about the meanest and most feared man in the most violent territory in the US. The first part of the book will continue the story of George Goldsby and ease the reader into the life of Cherokee Bill. You will ride [...]
 
Book: Cedar Woman (The Cedar Woman Saga Book 1) by Debra Shiveley Welch
Winner of the Best Native American Fiction Award, and the first book of the Cedar Woman Saga, Cedar Woman is a powerful book filled with courage, romance and the beliefs, ceremonies and language of the Lakota Sioux. Volume II of the Cedar Woman Saga: Book Excellence Finalist and New Apple Award winner "Spirit Woman." When tragedy threatens her family's future, Lena Cedar Woman Catcher takes their [...]
 
Book: The RED PATH - Indian Brigades in the Civil War by Robert W. Walker
When hostilities in the Civil War come to Indian Territory it is no surprise that already Indian agents, all southern and "secesh" to a man had early on recruited many Indian leaders and their followers for the Confederate States of America. Southern Indian Brigades were quickly established, and one in particular under Col. Stand Watie, whose participation is key to The RED PATH. A second Chief, [...]
 
Book: Indian Lands by Fred Albert Ludwig
Tipper had been told the Western Territories already had someone living there, and that they were not interested in any of the whites encroaching onto their lands. She had been told that some called it the Great Sioux Nation, and it was peopled with savages. She had been told of wild hostiles, the Indians who rape white women; those who killed the settlers, leaving their bodies laying out on the [...]
 
Book: Ransom Love by Rita Karnopp
Montana Territory-1868. After spending four years as a captive of the Blackfeet, Jennie Proctor must decide whether to trust the handsome white man who has come to rescue her, or spend the rest of her life a Blackfeet. Cody Larimer has one goal in life, to rescue captive women from the Indians. When he finds the beautiful and haunting Jennie proctor, the last thing he expects is for her to tell [...]
 
Book: Stolen Heritage by Barbara Goss
As an infant, Running Brook is kidnapped by the Comanche; as a teenager, she is rescued by gentle Quakers and introduced to Christian beliefs; as a young adult, she searches for love and her true heritage. Discreetly disguised as a boy, "Brook" travels to Texas with a tantalizing young army captain and his Indian guide. There she finds her father who welcomes her with open arms. But Brook's [...]
 
Book: White Berry on the Red Willow by Rita Karnopp
As predicted in the Ghost Dance Vision, life has come full circle in 2054. The Blackfeet now control Yellowstone National Park, where the buffalo have multiplied, as have the people themselves. Outside the Indian lands thousands are dying of Quake Fever every day. Doctor Alcina Hancock struggles to find a cure before her mother dies. Thrust into the world of the Indians, she not only discovers [...]
 
Book: Coinman - An Untold Conspiracy by Pawan Mishra
Coinman is one of life's victims, the receiver of subtle bullying in an office environment and thinly disguised control in his own home, but remains true to his desire to be polite and accepting of how he is treated by everyone. Then an incident at work changes all that. Huffington Post: One of the best literary fiction books of 2016 (Independently Published).
 
Book: The Orphan Vigilante by Barry Allen Lee
RATED: PG-13 A brother and a sister raised in an orphanage, separated when they were almost to young to remember each other. But when Isaac Archer reached 16 years of age he began to remember his older sister and decided it was time to run away from the orphanage and find her! realizing she was illegally sold to a rich sadistic pervert he knew in his heart he would find his sister Donna, when he [...]
 
Book: Kids That Kill by Barry Allen Lee
This Novel is rated PG 13! A young brother and sister lost both parents in a major Arkansas tornado! Taken in by their aunt and uncle. they wound up bring physically and sexually abused by their uncle! So Bobbie-Jo decided his uncle had to die! He should never have touched his sister Annabelle! Now he has to pay for his sins with his life! Once Bobbie-Jo killed his uncle Johnny it was time for [...]
 
Book: Swirled Satin Sheets II by Tiana Laveen
WARNING - This book contains explicit sexual content, graphic language, and situations that some readers may find objectionable. "Swirled Satin Sheets II," just like "Swirled Satin Sheets I," takes the reader on a journey of three engaging, sensual multi-cultural love stories. In "Love In the Fast Lane" we meet African-American race car driver, Kennedi. Spunky, talented, sarcastic and tough, she [...]
 
Book: The man-eating tiger of Yeleswaram - and other tales from my Indian childhood by Rajesh Valluri
Also from the Author Akhi's Bytes and NASA's Flights: Off to Mars - Now on sale on Amazon.com https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01N6R6CB7/ When a man-eating tiger was on the prowl terrorising villagers in the area, the local landlord, or Zamindar as they are called in India, took it upon himself to get rid of the menace. Being an avid hunter with years of experience behind him, he was angry and [...]
 
Book: memna and mishi by Devendri Mundrawal
.The funny faces of mr.moddy and linda adds humor to the novel Mishi was very intelligent so she could easily recognize from his face that he wanted to know about her past life. But she did not want to narrate her past to Memna as she considered him too young to understand, the troubles of life. One day Memna went inside the Mishi's room. Mishi was busy with her studies. She did not even know [...]
 
Book: With Love, Candy by Archana Amaragandhi
The talkative stuffed doll, Candy is frustrated by its inability to verbalize its thoughts. In a non-sci-fi, non-fantasy real world, its uncanny sixth sense still stands handicapped. Seeking words as its medium of expression, Candy takes the readers through Shalini's contemporary life and complex characters as she grows from a child to an adolescent and adult. This tale revolves around the [...]
 
Book: On the Road to Kingdom Come by Don Keith
Joe Proudfoot is a truck driver and a Cherokee Indian, and he is in one big hurry to get back home. His family is falling apart and he has to get back to Oklahoma to try to put his life back together again. However, he encounters a strange series of people and events along the way that sidetrack his journey. At the same time, though, they set him off on a dangerous quest. Then, when he gets an [...]
 
Book: City Different by Stephen Hazlett
New, improved edition, published in 2018. Clears up a few confusions some readers had with the old version. A body discovered in a bedroom of his California home and the disappearance of his young wife are the start of a brand new life for Eddie Collins. Eddie is the youthful head of a successful Internet company, and the murdered man is his Chief Financial Officer, dead from a bullet to the [...]
 
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