Look for Book 2 in the Cherokee Series….
Losing St. Christopher
Chancellor’s education continues as he struggles to bridge the gap between his nation and that of the New Americans while his father’s world comes apart. The Cherokee Nation is fragmenting as well. Encroachment and violation of treaties leave little room between a war they cannot win and assimilation that may be equally as deadly. Chancellor takes a white wife without his father’s blessing and begins his family under the harsh eyes of racism. Gold is discovered in the historic Tsalagi hills and the race is on to rid the land of all traces of Cherokee culture. General Jackson, now President of the United States, signs The Indian Removal Act which leads to the “Trail of Tears.” Totsuhwa struggles with sanity as he pits his vow to Tsi’yugunsini against the salvation of a family he has all but disowned.