Sleeping in Snow with Bears

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Three best friends who will do anything for one another confront their worst nightmare when one of them is assaulted and becomes self destructive. What no one realizes is that in their effort to fix the impossible, all three of them have become integral to an ancient Indian legend coming true. More

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About A.H. Pellett

A.H. Pellett is a writer living in Nashville, TN. He has published several short stories and one novel - a thriller (see video trailer at AHP's SW "Bears" book listing or at his blog). A second novel - a funny coming-of-age story with a moving lesson on the value of mentors and honor - is nearly ready for release. A third - another thriller with an historical fiction twist - is in development.

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Book Trailer for "Sleeping in Snow with Bears"
"Sleeping in Snow with Bears" is a novel by A.H. Pellett. This book trailer presents just some of destinations and themes readers can expect from this page turning action/adventure/thriller and love story. Enjoy.

A Virtual Reading by the Author of Sleeping in Snow with Bears
The author gives a brief summary of the novel and reads about a dozen short passages from the text. A slideshow of photos that match well with the subject matter is provided.

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Review by: kari cook on March 19, 2013 :
I really liked this story. This is long novel that follows two women friends and one boyfriend from college through the years. Their journey takes us through prison, Brazil, Hollywood and an Indian Reservation. The book does have some sad moments but it also made me laugh out loud. I really liked the beginning of the book and the ending but some of The Indian Reservation portion dragged for me. Enjoy.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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