THE DREAM DANCER by Kenneth C. Crowe

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THE DREAM DANCER: A Native American hero's journey in which the monster is a U.S. Congressman and the netherworld is a Pennsylvania prison. The story opens in Paris in the dwindling days of the summer of 1956. Coop Rever, a Native American expatriate who is the protagonist of THE DREAM DANCER, is getting ready to travel to Algeria to gather material for his third book on the French Foreign Legion. Coop is a war correspondent and author, educated at the Sorbonne under the World War II GI Bill. Coop dreams that he has been chosen to be a messenger of God. Although skeptical and unwilling at the outset, Coop undertakes the role when the evidence that he is the chosen one becomes so overwhelming he cannot deny it.
 

About Kenneth C. Crowe

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Kenneth C. Crowe was a reporter at Newsday and New York Newsday from 1963 to 1999. He is the author of COLLISION/HOW THE RANK AND FILE TOOK BACK THE TEAMSTERS. Published by Scribner's in 1993, COLLISION tells the story of the Teamsters' rank and file reform movement, culminating in the election of Ron Carey as president of the union. Crowe won an Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellowship in 1974 to study foreign investment in the United States. In 1978, Doubleday published AMERICA FOR SALE, Crowe's book on foreign investment in the United States. Crowe was a member of the Newsday investigative team whose work won the 1970 Pulitzer Prize Gold Medal. He is the author of two novels, THE JYNX and THE DREAM DANCER
 
Published November 12, 2009 by Kindle. 308 pages
Genres: History, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Horror, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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