River of Sky by Karen Harper
(Signet Fiction, Ar 8490)

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Shocked by the revelation that her husband had also been married to a Mandan woman, widow Kate Craig befriends Blue Wing, her late husband's other wife, and sets out on a perilous riverboat journey with two male passengers who both seek to claim her heart.

About Karen Harper

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Karen Harper is also the author of a number of contemporary suspense & historical novels. She lives in Columbus, Ohio, & Naples, Florida.
Published August 1, 1994 by Dutton Adult. 416 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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But when Kate meets the Mandans and lives with them, their cause--and Rand's- -becomes dear to her heart, and she undergoes considerable risk and expense to obtain the precious smallpox serum that will save the tribe from being decimated by the deadly disease.

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Imagine Kate Craig's surprise and disillusionment when, at the funeral of her husband, a St. Louis riverboat captain and Indian trader of the early 19th century, she learns that he had another wife, a Mandan Indian named Blue Wing.

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