By K. Lyn Wurth
2017 Foreword INDIES publication of the 12 months Award Finalist for ancient Fiction
On a southern Nebraska prairie in 1919, in small-town Darkwater Creek, an deserted housemaid with vaudeville thoughts, a railroad magnate’s overlooked son, and a runaway Pawnee boy come of age the place funds is energy, the ideal identify brings privilege, and the colour of your pores and skin could make you disappear.
Witnesses to felony tragedy, Margaret Rose, Jack and Kuruk assemble of their riverside treehouse for braveness. Their love and loyalty are powerful, yet will the town’s corruption divide them?
Book one of many River Saga, Seven types of Rain revives 3 undesirable children’s voices, a tall-grass prairie scarred through railroad tracks, the mythic frontier’s fading heartbeat, and the violence that stole the West.