Kindred Spirits

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Alyssa and Kyra are on the move again, and winter is almost upon them. Finding another community is crucial for gaining shelter and their prayers soon seem to be answered when they come across the Ogonqwa tribe in Ohio. But not everybody is delighted with the strangers' arrival. Will Alyssa and Kyra be allowed to overwinter within the saftey of these walls? Or will they be put out in the cold? More

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About Connie Cockrell

A 20-year Air Force career, time as a manager at a computer operations company, wife, mother, sister and volunteer, provides a rich background for Connie Cockrell’s story-telling.
Cockrell grew up in upstate NY, just outside of Gloversville, NY before she joined the military at age 18. Having lived in Europe, Great Britain, and several places around the United States, she now lives in Payson, AZ with her husband: hiking, gardening, and playing bunko. She writes about whatever comes into her head so her books could be in any genre. She's published fourteen books so far, has been included in five different anthologies and been published on EveryDayStories.com. Connie's always on the lookout for a good story idea. Beware, you may be the next one.
She can be found at www.conniesrandomthoughts.com or on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/ConniesRandomThoughts or on Twitter at: @ConnieCockrell

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Review by: A Conspiracy of Authors on May 24, 2016 :
This post-apocalyptic tale of two unusual women looking for shelter before winter sets in is filled with exceptional detail. The author did a good job in learning what she could about the Native American culture where Alyssa and Kyra seek to spend the dangerous cold months. The second in the Brown Rain series works well enough as a stand-alone story, with enough information about the previous book, so that you can leap right in.

This is a well-written and interesting concept.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)

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