A New York Times Bestselling Author Why would a wealthy Louisiana planter marry an Indian woman? townsfolk asked. Or raise two copper-skinned sons as though they were white? Only trouble would come of it. . . . Red Feather had grown up sensing a vital difference between his father's sons,... read more
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