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Sandwalker By C. A. Lindsay
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This book is action, adventure, romance, and truth, all rolled into one fascinating story. Set in the 19th century Oregon Territory, this novel combines the struggle of Sandwalker, a Native American... More > girl in search of freedom and the conflicts of racial and religious prejudice she encounters. The free spirit of Sandwalker is something that represents the desires of all people. The struggles she faces alone and with renegade Navy Captain Henry James Whitney form a captivating narrative immersed in the riveting Oregon Coast.< Less
Angels of My Life By C. A. Lindsay
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A book of poetry to help those who have lost a spouse or child. The author, who had experienced both the loss of a husband and teenager, said of these losses that "There is no closure. You can... More > never close the door on people that you have loved and lost." This book offers hope and comfort for people who have endured losses and can assist those who never experienced personal loss understand the suffering of those who have. The collection ends with humorous quips made by the poet's daughter from the age of two until her death.< Less
In the Shadow of Sandwalker By C. A. Lindsay
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White Feather, the child of Native American Sandwalker and renegade Navy Captain Henry Whitney, rejects her prearranged marriage in the Oregon Territory tribe to find her father’s culture in... More > pre-Civil War New York City. Using her birth name, Marissa Whitney, she discovers the evil within the human spirit as she rides the Oregon trail from the west to the east. Near Fort Laramie, Wyoming, she meets cavalry Captain William Harbison, and the encounter changes her life. Surviving cold, heat, thirst, hunger, stalking, and a brutal assault, she arrives in New York City and connects with her powerful Whitney heritage. Living in the shadow of her mother, Sandwalker, Marissa confronts social barriers and injustices associated with settlers, Indians, New York society, a corrupt politician, street orphans, and the impact of the Civil War. Catapulted to the pinnacles of wealth and power, her indomitable spirit is set free to love in spite of hate and to have hope instead of despair.< Less