Inter-Tribal Elder, Author, Speaker and Syndicated Columnist
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The fourth Ely Stone novel puts the Tribal Cop in the middle of a foreign military operation set in the Caribbean tropics, with a bit of mysticism, voo-doo, romance, and unearthly happenings thrown in to complicate matters. Add a legendary and beautiful mermaid, and you have a story that takes the reader through thrills, chills and unexpected twists right to the end.
Tribal Cop Ely Stone is back in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. He is fishing the Yellow Dog River when he finally catches the cutthroat trout he's been after. That’s when something... catches him. It's only a moment, then... it's gone, but the knowing.... lingers on in Stone's heart and mind. It was there, he had seen it... felt its hot, canine breath on his neck… hadn't he? Yet, later, in his contemplative moments, he wonders if he was mistaken. He could not have seen what he thinks he saw... could he?
After the Civil War, the country was growing quickly. By 1868, the nation had left infancy and was now toddling, fast and furiously, toward Manifest Destiny. Except for the barrier of the American Indian, the West was wide open for this wobbling stroll. Yet, just as a parent must guard against potential hazards for a toddler, this emerging nation had to shield against unseen dangers from rapid growth. Issues such as national sovereignty, boundaries, settlers, and indigenous populations had to be handled with kid gloves so as not to sully the hand of the nation. The country needed a special kind of man to deal with these hazards in a covert manner. This is a tale about such a man, the woman he saves and the youth he inspires.
Five young American soldiers and two beautiful Iraqi women, pursued by a relentless force. Do they fight, hide or surrender? Sergeant Ryan Parker's the guy in charge and he can't do any of those things. Because all of them know something so sinister that it will rock the world. And no matter what -- it must be told!
An American Indian in paradise. A land of beautiful exotic women, flowery scents, balmy breezes and warm sunshine… Hawaii. For an Indian guy, it’s a very pleasant place to be. Unless of course… you’re losing your mind…
A dreary winter's night in January of 1978... a lone Miltary Policeman, making his rounds at Fort Dix, in New Jersey. The Viet Nam War was over and while this M.P. was a veteran of that conflict, he felt comfort here. He had known fear in the jungles of Southeast Asia and had almost been taken prisoner there by little people from a foreign land. That had been scary for him as he knew what they did to captured American soldiers. But that had been there. Here... here he felt safe. There was little to fear in the bleak winter stateside darkness or... was there?
Ely Stone returns home to his ancestral lands in the wilds of Upper Michigan. After 20 years in the military, the Pukaskwa Indian arrives a jaded and wounded man who seeks only the harmony of this northern wilderness. Gradually, the scarred warrior is healed, and the voice that he follows urges him to re-enter the world. He accepts a job as his tribe's special agent and sets off to troubleshoot Muskrat Island. He finds love in the form of a beautiful girl, but things only start going badly from there.
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