The town of Black Eagle, Oregon sits on the banks of the Columbia River at the foot of � snow covered Mt. Hood . � it is home to church going citizens, windsurfers and orchard workers. � But when real estate prices start to boom, An influx of newcomers arrive And The cultural divide between Whites, Natives, and Hispanic workers create tensions that brew just below the surface in this pretty Pacific Northwest town. ���� Based on real events in the early 1990s, this fast paced novel reveals how the lives of four very different Black Eagle characters intertwine when a fishing platform is deliberately destroyed at an ancient Native site. � ���� Richard Sherwood is the real estate developer from Back East who has arrived in Black Eagle to make his fortune, who will stop at nothing to reach his goal of becoming a millionaire before he's forty. � Jim Hawks is the Native who lives a quiet life on the river with his grandfather, but ever since college harbors deep political unrest that he doesn't know what to do with.
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November 18, 2010
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