Ghost Dancing by James Magnuson

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Searching for his son who had disappeared into the radical underground of the sixties, director Jeremiah Gage scours the margins of society in the American southwest twenty years later

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Published March 1, 1989 by Doubleday. 272 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Gage and Peter have a few old father-son scores to settle (read: tedious flashbacks to the Sixties, Gage's divorce from Peter's mother, etc.), but they bond completely when Gage helps Peter (who is a member of a sanctuary group) save a Central American refugee trapped by cops in a church.

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