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A tribe will do anything to protect their own. Described as a modern day Dances with Wolves, Cold River Rising is unlike any novel you've heard before. While on spring break from college, Native American Tara Eagle is kidnapped in a foreign land. Her tribe closes its borders, declares war, and sends an unlikely team to rescue her. They are joined by others.

A story of a people coming together, survival, and nobility of purpose.

©2010 Enes Smith (P)2015 Enes Smith

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  • happyjo
  • 25-11-17

Loved this amazing book

Adventure in Peru with native Americans and corrupt Peruvian soldiers. So many colorful characters and situations popping up that you will never be bored.

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  • Paul Sumner
  • 18-09-16

Enes Smith is a gifted and knowledgeable writer

As one who is knowledgeable about Oregon and Washington native tribes and law enforcement I praise this entertaining and believable story which weaves native culture and custom with an exciting story. Well done, Mr. Smith!

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