"This author can't write a bad book"
Free lance reporter Heather Reardon finds Kole Kills Crow,
known for defying the South Dakota National Guard, in a
local bar in the Minnesota backwoods. The journalist
searched for the recluse to hear his side of the story of
what happened in prison after he was convicted of
kidnapping during the Guard incident. Just before his
sentence ended, Kole fled prison when another American
Indian standing near him is killed. While Kole and Heather
talk she explains that she has spoken with people from his
past such as the actor Barry Wilson, Kole's former mentor.
Barry left the cause for Hollywood, allowing Kole to take
the rap for the South Dakota incident.
Though he says he is only a flute maker, she and a Native
American reporter persuade Kole to lead a Native American
rights March on Hollywood to provide a more accurate
picture of the American Indian. Along the way, Kole and
Heather fall in love even as other American Indians join
the march and other people want Kole dead so their
exploitation can continue.
Best-selling and award winning author Kathleen Eagle
provides readers with an exciting ethnic romance that
showcases the modern day American Indian. The story line
is very exciting, but it is the charcaters, especially the
lead duo who turn YOU NEVER CAN TELL into a classy reading
experience. As usual Ms. Eagle demonstrates with this
novel that you can tell why books like THE NIGHT REMEMBERS
and THE LAST TRUE COWBOY are so popular with readers.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted July 7, 2001