Monday, October 30, 2017

Neespaugot: The Legend of the Indian's Coin by John Mugglebee

Neespaugot: The Legend of the Indian's Coin

from : Melba Blue Jay, sixteen, scrambling up a snow-filled mountain path, her knife at a child's throat. Archie Chung at the helm of the South Pacific Belle, foremast snapped like a toothpick, barreling toward a coral reef. Spindly Lydia Freeman, skin the color of dark ale, feeding tea made of birch bark to an Irish murderess. Zeke Roxxmott teetering at three hundred feet on the five-inch ledge of his penthouse, bent on a flawless destruction.

My Take:  This is a historical novel paired with mystery.  This book is a testament to how our families living or past help to form who we are and how we live our lives.  Each of the incidents are based on actual events.  I would recommend if you like historical novels, are interested in Native Americans or just like a well told story. 

I received a review copy of this book from Virtual Author Book tours in exchange for my honest review.  

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