Umatilla: Spirits and Heroes, penned by MindStir Media author J. Starkey-Saylor, recently landed in bookstores. At only 184 pages, the novel reads at a blistering pace and is packed with action.
From the back cover: Jamie, Charlie, and Star join their Uncle Max on a visit to the Umatilla Indian Reservation. They travel to Oregon to surprise Jamie’s parents on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary and to attend the famous Pendleton Roundup… During their visit, they find themselves involved in poaching, murder, and rustling, as well as a three-hundred-year-old-lost treasure on the Oregon Coast. With the accidental uncovering of a drug ring just off the reservation, Jamie, and her entire family, find themselves targets of the perpetrators… Jamie’s mom and Uncle Max have a curious ability to understand and respect the ‘unexplained’ events in our world. One of these ‘unexplainable’ entities aids the FBI and the Umatilla tribal police in solving cases they find themselves working on together. Spirits and Heroes –or both? Who’s to know for sure?
Readers are raving about the author’s newest book. One Amazon reviewer said, “Love all four of her books… Highly recommend them … great story you can’t put down.”
Umatilla: Spirits and Heroes is available from MindStir Media at Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com and other fine retailers worldwide. Wholesale orders can be placed through Ingram. The softcover book retails for $14.99.
About author J. Starkey-Saylor:
J. Starkey-Saylor — author of four books published by MindStir Media— was born and raised in Washington State and now lives on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska. Besides writing, she loves all painting mediums. She has worked with numerous Native tribes and organizations in the Northwest, Southwest, and Midwestern United States, which provides some of the background for her stories. She has been involved in the survey, excavation, and analysis of Native American archaeological sites, and has taught Northwest Coast Native Cultures to senior citizens through Focus on Mature Learning classes. Her respect for all Native Nations is reflected in her writings and paintings.
About MindStir Media:
MindStir Media is an award-winning self-publishing services company headquartered in Portsmouth, NH. MindStir assists authors with all aspects of self-publishing, including editing; illustration; book design; printing; distribution; marketing; publicity and more. MindStir authors receive royalties up to 100% and retain all rights. For more information, go to www.mindstirmedia.com.
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