224 pages, hardcover $22.95.BR> GreyCore Press, 2004.
This first novel by a college writing instructor in Durango, Colo., tells a searing story of incest and compassion from five perspectives, including the ghost of the Ute Chief Ouray. Surprisingly, the device works, and we are gripped.
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