WHILE RIVERS FLOW by Glen Fleischmann

WHILE RIVERS FLOW

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This is an historical novel in which both the adjective and the noun are equally honored. It has been written with infinite care and tells two stories alternately: one deals with the expulsion of the Cherokee Nation from its home in the 1830's; the other with the two tragic loves in the life of one James Burke, an Army officer involved in this sad and dishonorable business -- but never to his own discredit. It is an exceptional book in a genre subjected to frequent literary abuse.

Publisher: Macmillan