Old Money

Old Money

by David Walks-As-Bear

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Old Money by David Walks-As-Bear

1.) "... In David Walks-As-Bear's second Ely Stone novel, (Old Money) you will be plunged headlong into a wild ride. You may even think that Mickey Spillane has been whispering in Walks-As-Bear's ear... Ely Stone hits the pages hard with the very first paragraph and doesn't let up until the end... So join Ely Stone as he looks for the lost writing of Mark Twain that could be a treasure map to a fortune. Hang on for a wild ride from snowy Michigan to warm Hawaiian waters as Ely chases mystery and a few women along the way." --- Futures, Mystery&Anthology Magazine 2.) "...Inside the covers of this book (Old Money) you will find Tribal Officer Ely Stone, a man with a heart of gold and a life of mystery and adventure, one that is about to embark on another spiritual journey to right the wrongs of the past... full of history, mystery, mysticism, adventure, romance and has a just plain down-right great storyline that keeps you glued to the pages from chapter to chapter. This book is well worth your time, a top-of-the-notch read that will entertain you in every area a good book should. Highly recommended!" --- MidWest Book Review

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781611603484
Publisher: Whiskey Creek Press
Publication date: 04/01/2012
Series: Ely Sone Novels
Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 404
Sales rank: 1,178,929
File size: 799 KB

About the Author

David Walks-As-Bear is a Kispoko Shawnee Indian and Inter-tribal Elder. He writes the Ely Stone series of novels, as well as other books. Retired from the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve as a photojournalist, his career has been evenly divided between journalism and conservation law enforcement. He has been a park ranger and manager, a reporter and magazine staff writer, as well as a deputy sheriff and federal armed boarding officer in the Coast Guard. A former president of the Native American Preservation Council, he writes the syndicated newspaper column “The Bear’s Den” and works today as a Game Warden and Detective Captain in Northwest Michigan. Visit David Walks-As-Bear website here.

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