White Buffalo Gold

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Literary Fiction: Ever since the sixth grade, Emily Zimmerman hasn't stopped looking for traces of gold in the river that runs through her hometown, the site of a minor gold rush in the late 1800s.
Geologist Owen Thibodeaux doesn't believe there ever was gold along Nebraska's South Loup River, so he visits the little town of Harmony to try to find hard evidence of it. The little community has a settled spirit that soothes him, so he makes it ...
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Overview

Literary Fiction: Ever since the sixth grade, Emily Zimmerman hasn't stopped looking for traces of gold in the river that runs through her hometown, the site of a minor gold rush in the late 1800s.
Geologist Owen Thibodeaux doesn't believe there ever was gold along Nebraska's South Loup River, so he visits the little town of Harmony to try to find hard evidence of it. The little community has a settled spirit that soothes him, so he makes it his home.
When Emily takes a job at the local nursing home, she encounters Owen, whose rich baritone voice tells incomplete stories about a small stone from Nova Scotia and the Rock of Gibraltar. Owen's tales stir Emily's imagination, and she determines to help Owen, now blind, re-envision his whole story.
Includes the story lines of a gold strike mystery and a spirit buffalo.
Spanning the USA from New York to Alaska and exploring our history for 130 years, but grounded in the Heartland in the year 1992, Fleming's most important artistic work to date pits life against death and finds hope in both. This novel is a deeply spiritual and satisfying read.

Comparable to a blend of the midwestern humor and expansive cast of small-town characters of Garrison Keillor and the darkness, poignancy, and depth of John Irving.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781478187691
  • Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/9/2012
  • Pages: 310
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.65 (d)

Meet the Author

Adam G. Fleming lives in Goshen, Indiana with his wife and four children. He is self-employed as a leadership coach working with business executives, artists and writers, and spiritual leaders. His clients enjoy business growth, increased vision and purpose, work/family lifestyle balance, and freedom from writer's block.
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