Books by Craig Lesley

STORM RIDERS by Craig Lesley
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Feb. 1, 2000

"Though slow and meandering, the story gradually builds to a mystically uplifting take on the eternal distances separating fathers and sons, as well as a larger metaphor for the estrangement that both isolates and protects Indian culture from mainstream America."
An extraordinarily moving tale from Lesley (The Sky Fisherman, 1995, etc.) of an idealistic Caucasian father's agonizing relationship with his adopted son, a Tlingit Indian boy cursed with fetal alcohol syndrome and an abusive childhood. Read full book review >
THE SKY FISHERMAN by Craig Lesley
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Aug. 22, 1995

"Earnest, a little too nice, but ultimately persuasive: This is being touted as Lesley's breakthrough bookand it may go far. (Author tour)"
A small-screen epic novel of the outdoor life in the Pacific Northwest: overly melodramatic but authentic in its details of male exploits, small-town intrigues, and a fatherless teenage boy's search for a path in life. Read full book review >
RIVER SONG by Craig Lesley
Released: June 9, 1989

Lesley continues the story of Danny Kachiah (Winterkill, 1984), a former rodeo rider and a Nez Perce Indian. Read full book review >