Call My Name the Wind
Call My Name the Wind is introduced by a Native American myth that knits its way through the story and focuses on Matt Steele, who driven by blood inflicted events, conceals his Native background. He descends into the quagmire of white supremacist violence and despair until the epiphany that brings him together with Gloria Palmer who helps him return to the destiny tattooed across his genetic pool.
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