Light of the Northern Dancers
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Fiery aristocrat, Eden Rose, uprooted from her native Scotland, has tended a foundering marriage and failing ranch at the corner of Crazy Woman Creek and the Powder River for a decade. Best friend, backwoods spitfire Maddie True, has her own woes a few miles away: widowed with a passel of young children, and caretaker to her addled father. Abandoned by her husband during the height of Wyoming Territory's worst drought in history, Eden depends on her inept brother, Aiden, to see her through the coming winter. But when he disappears into the wild Bighorn mountains, she shuns Maddie's fearful cautions, teaming with enigmatic Lakota holy man, Intah, to find her brother before the wicked snow holds them all hostage.
Praise For Light of the Northern Dancers…
—Susan Wiggs, NYT Bestselling Author
“Half of what happens to us may have reason, the rest is chaos. Somewhere down the line, chaos itself may find reason, as Nietzsche said, That which doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger. Robin F. Gainey’s second novel, LIGHT OF THE NORTHERN DANCERS, has this brand of existentialism. It’s real and it doesn’t let go! “
— Tom Skerritt, Award Winning Actor, Writer, Director
"Brutal and beautiful, unflinching and hopeful, Robin Gainey’s LIGHT OF THE NORTHERN DANCERS reveals the triumphs and hardships of pioneer life in the Wyoming Territory in a powerful story of two women surviving against all odds. Gainey’s prose is as lush as her story is gripping—a literary page turner!"— Lisa Alber, award-winning author of Whispers in the Mist and Path Into Darkness
"A wonderful story, full of surprises. I highly recommend Robin F. Gainey’s, Light of the Northern Dancers." — Lynn V. Andrews, New York Times and internationally best-selling author of the Medicine Woman Series
Untreed Reads Publishing, 9781945447495, 396pp.
Publication Date: November 7, 2017