Redfish Oak

In 1875 St. Augustine, Florida, race-based fear and hatred is rising in the wake of the failing Reconstruction. When a trainload of Plains Indians are delivered to the Fort for incarceration and acclamation, the city's tensions explode. Out of the chaos, a White girl, a Negro boy and a young Indian warrior fight prejudice to free a man accused of murdering a young white woman. More

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About George Putnam

George Putnam is a screenwriter, author, and ghostwriter living in Los Angeles. His produced credits include television ("NYPD Blue" and "Deadwood") and film ("Unlawful Entry" and "To Kill For"). His first novel, "The Honey Bubble," is an Editor's Choice selection by its publisher. Putnam is also a musician and composer. For his Master's Thesis at U.C. Riverside, he wrote a symphony ("Symphony for Twenty Minutes"), and at the University of Redlands, he gave master classes in piano. Though Putnam's literary interest is crime fiction, his collaboration with Jewel Grutman on a work of historical fiction, "Redfish Oak," was inspired by her passion for the plight of Native Americans.

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