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First published in 1979, Kit Prate admits she enjoys fiction in general. Westerns are her first love, her favorite books to read and to write. Ms. Prate enjoys writing fan-fiction, especially about the TV western series, Lancer.
The widowed mother of four children who are grown and mostly on their own these days, Kit is returning to her love of writing. A background of working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs provides fodder for her healthy imagination and gave her a chance to travel to many of the locations she uses in her stories and novels.
on Oct. 11, 2010 :
This story is a deeply moving tail of the horrors that were inflicted on the Indian people of America in the 19 hundreds. It is powerfully written and based on fact although it itself is a work or fiction. I was moved to tears by the desciption of the horrors the widow had endured at the hands of the white man and once again felt ashamed of my own race. Her memories of her son, killed, were heart wrenching to say the least. Well done kit for setting the record straight and giving us a powerful insight in the form of this story...I enjoyed reading this very much and would encourage others to read also. Kind regards Heather Mallard from Scotland.
(reviewed the day of purchase)