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By Judd Cole

Attempting to turn out his innocence after his so much hated enemy is killed and he's named the leading suspect, Cheyenne warrior contact the Sky faces the wrath of his complete tribe and the hatred of the girl he loves. unique.

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Shifting pockets of mist floated out over the river. From the surrounding trees grebes, willets, thrushes, and larks sent up their collective dawn chorus. Honey Eater moved slowly among the silent tipis and lodges, enjoying a few blessed moments of peace and Page 34 solitude before the brutal misery of her daily existence once again caught up with her. As always, Honey Eater had braided fresh white columbine petals through her hair. She was uncommonly pretty, with delicately sculpted cheekbones, wing-shaped eyes, and the supple body of young womanhood.

Touch the Sky held the entrance flap aside and again gazed out over the camp. Clan fires now blazed here and there, loosing streamers of bright orange sparks. Far across camp, on the opposite side of the central clearing, he Page 52 could see a huge fire blazing in front of Medicine Flute's tipi. A knot of braves was gathered there, Wolf Who Hunts Smiling at the center of them. Touch the Sky frowned so deeply that a furrow formed between his eyebrows. Here was more trouble about to erupt. ' The Cheyenne people placed great faith in supernaturalism and visions.

There's something else that treaty says, too. It's called Article Eleven. Comes right on the last page. Right next to the spot where all the big Cheyenne and Sioux chiefs made their mark. " Touch the Sky held his face impassive, saying nothing. But a strong premonition of disaster iced his blood as he read the malevolent depths of Steele's cold, flint-gray eyes. This was not just a mean, hateful, and hidebound manhe was on a mission of vengeance. "Drew a blank on Article Eleven, huh? " Steele pulled a tow pouch from under the seat and removed a sheaf of papers.

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