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Frank Stewart
River Rising: A Cherokee Odyssey

"Adolph Hitler once said that he based his solution to the problem of the European Jews in part on what England and the United States had done to the Native Americans."
--From The Novel River Rising

Follow an unforgettable cast of characters through an incredible saga exposing one of America's darkest hours. Share the pain of the Cherokees driven from their beloved forests, winding rivers and mountain cabins. Endure with them the hardships in the concentration camps and on the Trail of Tears as they are forced to march halfway across a frozen continent in the harshest winter in years. Woven throughout this irrepressible tale of tragedy & tribulation you will discover the humor & the passion, the love & the hatred, the strengths & the weaknesses of a noble people.

About the Author
Frank Stewart grew up amid the pine forests & red clay of East Texas. Intrigued by the TRUE history of the Native Americans from an early age, he felt inspired to write RIVER RISING after a deeply moving experience with a full-blood Cherokee medicine man in the remote hills of Eastern Oklahoma. Stewart holds degrees in art, languages, English & American Literature & film production from Stephen F. Austin University in Nacogdoches, Texas, St. Mary's University in San Antonio and University of Southern California in Los Angeles. He currently resides in Burbank, California with his wife, Gill, and their two cats, We-si and Sa-lo-li.

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