Dance of the Ne-ak-i Ka-che-na

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Newspaper reporter Michael Jones left busy Chicago for a small, Mid-Western town, but the slower pace he sought is tested by taunting, unexplainable nightmares. Hunting for answers, his faith and understanding of God is challenged by hearing stories of American Indian life. His search becomes entangled in a child trafficking conspiracy investigation and ends in a lesson in how God answers prayer More

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About M. Everett Rood

I have always enjoyed reading books, and at various times I explored writing but not too seriously. One day a story that I decided I wanted to tell pressed upon me and wouldn't let go, so I started writing and editing, and then there was more writing and editing. After a lengthy period that included indispensable help from my extremely talented editor, my book was finally ready to share with everyone. I hope you enjoy reading it.

I have a wonderful wife and two, equally-wonderful children, who have been supportive of me as I worked on completing this book.

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Review by: Terri O'Connell on Sep. 20, 2013 :
Dance of the Ne-ak-i Ka-che-na By M. Everette Rood is a delightful book. I really enjoyed reading it. I recommend this book highly.

Thanks M i really enjoyed this!!

Terri
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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