Lee Keller lives in the Boston Mountains of NW Arkansas with his wonderful wife (who happens to be his editor as well). Their home is largely hidden by a great canopy trees, much like Jimmy Lonewolf's cabin in the Pacific Northwest. Lee spent 45 years in corporate marketing and sales and is now retired--except for his newly born writing career. He attended the University of Colorado, graduated and received his Bachelor's degree from the University of Michigan and worked on his MBA at Roosevelt University in Chicago. He served as a commissioned officer in the US Navy. Of secondary note, he is a pianist, having played most of his life.
Descripción del libro
An ancient evil returns to the traditional grounds of the Salish people. Jimmy Lonewolf is the last elder of his tribe. He stands firmly with a few friends against Windikouk, Lord of the Under Earth under the protection of Amotken, the Great or Holy Spirit. His family is gone, but he enjoys two massive wolves as an essential part of his family.
Público al que se apunta
People who rely on the Holy Spirit and stand against all forms of evil, who join together in worship to fight for the good of all people should find this book exciting, troubling and encouraging. Knowledge of NW American Indians and their histories would be of interest to most of these 20 to 65 year olds living in the US or Canada, who strive for good in their lives with persistence and caring.
Tipo de portada de libro
aún no lo sé
aún no lo sé
Diseño de inspiración
¿Qué colores quieres que tenga tu diseño?
Atributos de estilo
Necesidades de diseño
I already have, I believe.
Lo que debe evitarse
Anything cute, childish, conforming to previous genres. This is a serious and thought-provoking story. There is appropriate humor at times, but no whimsy.
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