Lone Pat Lorett

ISBN: 9781607993131

Published: June 30th 2009

Paperback

243 pages


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Lone  by  Pat Lorett

Lone by Pat Lorett
June 30th 2009 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 243 pages | ISBN: 9781607993131 | 10.65 Mb

Lone Feathers straight-laced, orderly, and disciplined military life is about to be bombarded. Full-blood Cherokee Chief Feather is sent on a recon mission on his home turf, the Cimarron River. While skinny-dipping in the inviting, nostalgic waters,MoreLone Feathers straight-laced, orderly, and disciplined military life is about to be bombarded. Full-blood Cherokee Chief Feather is sent on a recon mission on his home turf, the Cimarron River. While skinny-dipping in the inviting, nostalgic waters, events transpire at his abandoned Black Hawk helicopter that trigger an ever-increasing sequence of events.

Lones loved ones are threatened, his ancestors are brought back to life, and family that time had forgotten is restored. Pat Loretts fourth book, Lone, is full of action, intrigue laced with ghosts, gold, spirit circles and Indian burial grounds. Travel with the Feathers clan from Walnut Grove, Georgia to Indian Territory. Wear Buckskins, blankets, moccasin hocks, carry the papooses on a board.

Put horse blankets on the horse to ride, on the ground at night, or to hide yourself from the elements. Horsehide quivers filled with stone point arrows and long bows for game. Braid an Eagle feather in your hair for the clan mark- dont wash for the entire trip to keep the militia at bay, use our everyday, slang Cherokee to confuse the militia, best to not to talk at all.

Shame of the disposition to the Indian Nations grew into the Trail of Tears to be condemned for centuries. Travel with Miner as he led his small band of struggling survivors 850 miles to settle along the Cimarron River. Walk until you cant step across the rocks, stumble and try not to fall, mutter to yourself what did we do wrong to receive this treatment? Sing with the ancients a death song that never stopped the entire trip. Home turned into a violent race for survival only helped by this little ole man trading beans and corn. Let Pat Lorett take you to those times and try to understand the bitter loss, hate, and then will yourself to love your fellow man.



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