Kate Mackenzie, daughter of a Native Canadian woman and a wealthy Scotsman, struggles to recover from early loss and abuse from her alcoholic mother who, in her own childhood, was forced to endure the torments of an Indian residential school. Taken in by her wise Native grandmother, Kate renews her love for the Canadian wilderness and the spiritual practices of her ancestors. Through her own initiative, she becomes an investigative journalist working undercover on a huge child and drug trafficking operation. Her life is in constant danger as she is pursued by an assassin. An irresistible attraction to a Cree medicine man threatens to break through her solitude. As he helps her to heal, Kate comes to understand why she has chosen a life full of danger devoid of intimacy, and finds her way to forgiveness and hope. Linda Kavelin-Popov is the best-selling author of The Family Virtues Guide and A Pace of Grace. She is a psychotherapist, specializing in suicide prevention and community healing. As co-founder of The Virtues Project, she is an internationally renowned speaker and teacher on personal and global transformation. For more than two decades, she has worked with indigenous peoples impacted by the trauma of residential school abuses. She has had many appearances on radio and television, including Oprah, and had her own television series in Canada. Linda now lives on an island in the South Pacific with her husband, Dan Product Details Paperback: 402 pages Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 15, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 1533313024 ISBN-13: 978-1533313027 Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.9 x 9 inches

Weight 24 oz

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