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Niobrara Crossing by G. Gray McVicker

Niobrara Crossing

by G. Gray McVicker

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Niobrara Crossing, the first in what has the makings of a flamboyant entertaining series has captured the compelling and mesmerizing complexities of life in 20th century Nebraska Sand Hills. In this modern mystery , Jim Grant, a mixed blood, Lakota attorney is lured from his rich life in Denver to his hometown in the Nebraska Sand Hills by a former lover. Sandy Williams Gibbons, now a millionaire rancher and Nebraska State Senator hires Jim to appeal a friends murder conviction. In his attempts to resolve the conflict, Jim finds himself imbedded in historical and spiritual parallels that haunt him and deeply remind him of his ancestor's fight for survival. He agonizes over the abandonment and murder of his best friend, relishes recapturing a lost love, struggles with native legends, and resists his own spiritual revelation. The story smacks of authenticity and delivers compelling details of life in 1985 for those who live in the middle of the enduring, unbearable strife. It's sure to rip at your heart. Not only has G. Gray McVicker created splendid reading, he has produced stunning art that leaves delectable, as well as disgusting images, with you long after you finish the book. Part history, part romance, it is sometimes rebellious and always reflective. It will move your soul.

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