Finding Dakota

Finding Dakota

by Juanita Holbrook Ingram

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Finding Dakota by Juanita Holbrook Ingram

"No guarantee of Justice." Young Army Sergeant Wade Parker is thrust into circumstances that will make him wrong no matter what decision he makes. He goes with his conscience, an act that bodes well for his later career as a U.S. Marshal in Oklahoma's Indian Territory. The Indian girl, Little Dove, learns that while she is physically the weaker sex, she is not helpless and can get herself out of almost any difficult situation if she uses her head. The mixed-blood boy, Dakota, finds out at an early age that he is considered "different." When he runs from discrimination, his life is put in real danger. Their lives all cross and mingle during a demanding time of our Nation's history-from Arizona to Florida, and later to the rough-n-tumble Indian Territory of Oklahoma. Together, they face overwhelming challenges as the principled marshal and confident Indian girl search for Dakota and justice.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940011872679
Publisher: Iron Eagle Publications
Publication date: 12/03/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 246
File size: 238 KB

About the Author

Juanita Holbrook Ingram was an Air Force wife for twenty three years, seeing American, two tours of duty in the country of Turkey and raising three children. Her husband, Bob retired from the Air Force in 1976 and the family retired to their home in Tampa, Florida. They both went to work at University of South Florida. Bob in Printing and Juanita worked down the hall from him the Media Relations Office where she learned to write news releases and took writing courses at USF's School of Mass Communications. In 1996, they bought a Winnebago Motor Home, retired from the University of South Florida the end of June and left the next morning to tour the West. At the Grand Canyon, Juanita came across the story of the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe Railroad and the "Harvey Girls" and became intrigued with telling their story in a fictitious setting. Thus began her first novel "Just One Bullet Left in November 1999. "Finding Dakota was writing a year later. Juanita says, "My husband edits my work and gives me his expert advice on those things that men know best." She was 65 years old when she started writing novels and she says, "So my friends, I'm here to tell you that it is never to late to try something new."

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