A lot has changed in the 140 years since Black Cloud pronounced a curse on Colorado’s Dead Horse Canyon.
Or has time simply proven that the more things change, the more they stay the same?
From a drunken hoard of 19th Century silver miners to EPA Superfunds and the 21st Century halls of Congress, man’s quest for domination has polluted the Earth and persecuted the people who honored her.
Enough is enough.
All Sara Reynolds remembers of the accident that killed her husband, Bryan, is his dying plea: “Don’t let them get away with it.” As she and Bryan’s life-long Native American friend, Charlie Littlewolf, pursue the truth, dark forces pursue them both. Will they fulfill Bryan’s last request? Or does an ancient curse play a far greater role than either realizes?
Charlie Littlewolf senses retribution for the ancient curse is due, but financial survival in the white man’s world beckons. Will helping an industry that exploits his heritage explode in his face? Or deliver his salvation?
Armed at last with the information that got her husband killed, Sara Reynolds embarks on a treacherous path. Going public to reveal a surreptitious government project antagonizes those with much to lose, who double down on silencing her forever.
Revenge of Dead Horse Canyon: Sweet Medicine Spirits (Book III)
Much to her enemy’s dismay, Sara’s life is spared, but with a price while a bounty remains on her demise. Her podcasts go viral and further expose the individuals behind the corruption that murdered her husband. Meanwhile, as the full scope of his mission becomes evident, Charlie accepts his destiny and the role he’s resisted for years . The battle, however, appears far more formidable than he can win on his own. Black Cloud’s curse, however, is an integral part of another prophetic declaration made over two hundred years before on behalf of all First Nation people. Will fulfillment come at last? At what price?