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Cold River Rising

by Enes Smith

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Cold River Rising - soon to be a major motion picture. A tribe will do anything to protect their own. Described as a modern day "Dances with Wolves," Cold River Rising is unlike any novel you've read before. While on spring break from college, Native American Tara Eagle is kidnapped in a foreign land. Her tribe closes it's borders, declares war, and sends an unlikely team to rescue her. They were joined by others. [retrieved 5/30/2015 from Amazon.com]
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A novel about a young Native American on spring break from college who is kidnapped in a foreign land.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:57 -0400)

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