Alaska Crying Baby

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iUniverse, Jul 28, 2000 - Fiction - 280 pages
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Book Description: This is an Alaska shaman thriller-terror novel that starts over 100 years ago in Alaska and ends up in New York City during the late 1990s. Alaska Crying Baby centers around a village shaman who goes to New York City to claim the body of his slain grandson. Using his powerful medicine, the shaman finds out who killed him, and then avenges his death by summoning the northern lights that contain the evil and immortal spirit, the Crying Baby.

Coupling Eskimo customs and varying legends of Alaska with the customs associated with walking through New York City streets today, Alaska Crying Baby reveals many instances of human strengths and weaknesses. Moments of humor are closely followed by moments of sheer terror, keeping the reader on an emotional roller coaster ride right up to the end. Author bio: Chris Kiana, Sr., his wife, Sarah, and family currently live in Anchorage, Alaska, where he works as an independent business consultant.

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