Comeuppance at Kicking Horse Casino and Other Stories
American Indian Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles, Jan 1, 2000 - Fiction - 200 pages
Fiction. Native American Studies. Charles Brashear is a storyteller extraordinaire...his eye for detail, his ear for dialogue, and his respect for the often complicated histories of Indian America are unmatched. - Joseph Bruchac. COMEUPPANCE AT KICKING HORSE CASINO AND OTHER STORIES is a powerful blending of voices from a perspective that is both timely and as old as the People of Turtle Island-- Lee Francis, University of New Mexico.
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