Red-Boy, a young Indian veteran, returns to the Blackfeet
reservation in Montana, still fighting the ghosts of the First
World War. But the suffering he seespeople freezing in the brutal
winter cold, plagued by diseases that could be cured with food and
medicinedrives him to action. Along the way, he makes powerful
enemies by speaking out against the abuses and corruption visited
upon the tribe.
Red-Boy's enemies retaliate by falsely accusing him of rape and
rigging the trial. He is sentenced to twenty years in Leavenworth
prison, far from his people and the woman he loves. There he
antagonizes a vicious inmate gang leader who thinks the only good
Indian is a dead one. With his life on the line, Red-Boy is forced
to reach deep within himself to connect with his ancestors and
discover his Spirit Medicine. His only hope for freedom is a New
England businessmanthe adopted son of Curly Bear, a Blackfeet
chiefwho works tirelessly to expose the lies of those who plotted
to convict hi
Clear Light Publishing
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Philip F. Schuster
Curly Bear Wagner
||226 x 152 x 20mm (L x W x T)
||Paperback - Trade
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