The Coyote's Song by Ann Simko
(The Coyote Moon)

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Some truths were never meant to be known and some secrets were never meant to be shared. Montana Thomas goes in search of a father he never knew and finds the reasons behind his mother's years of silence. With his mother recently dead and not even a name to start with, Montana and his brother Dakota begin a journey to find not only their unknown father, but their culture. The Indian heritage denied to them from the moment of their births. Will Montana be able to accept his father and the truth behind his disappearance? Will he be able to accept the truths about himself once his past is revealed? Or will he wish he'd left those secrets buried.
 

About Ann Simko

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When not writing Ann Simko works as a nurse at a level one trauma center. Her first novel, Fallen, was originally published in 2009 where it was the number one best seller for thrillers in her publishing house for almost a year. Recently Ann has changed publishing houses and is currently in the process of moving to Uncial Press. She writes thrillers, anything with a ticking-bomb type plot, maybe with a wee bit of the paranormal thrown in for fun. She lives in rural Pennsylvania with her husband, two scary teenagers, six cats, three dogs and five very expensive lawn ornaments also known as horses.
 
Published January 1, 2011 by Lyrical Press, Inc. 242 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense. Fiction

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