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Fate has a way to place ourselves in when needed and pay attention to that momentum, the beneficial things happen. Fate had a helping hand in Virginia Nosky latest novel, a "blue turquoise, White Rock, a" a sense of karma, the result being, in varying degrees of satisfaction with life. The will human but is a strong opponent to chance. What will win in the end?

Lily Chase Cabot Cabot is the granddaughter of WW Chase. Both became physicians and both feel a sense of honor to fulfill a destiny that arenÂ't very safe. The old man feels responsible for saving a comrade died whoÂ'd your life back in WWII, and the young Lily Cabot Doctoring pass requests a year in a Navajo reservation as a revenge for her grandfather through the implementation of their School Harvard Medical. The story centers around young Cabot and his goal of finding his passion as a doctor in the reserve. She is surprised to find more of their own passion, but a mutual between her and Nicholas looking Nakai is running for the seat of a new mandate from U.S. Congress district. He would be the first American Indian congressman. The battle for votes is intense, but his mind if they break the command of Cabot's thoughts.

Meanwhile, another story playing on the same stage. In 1862, DAAG, a daughter headman Navajo, is destined to be married to the manna of medicine trainee neighboring tribe. She is timid at first, but knows it is his duty. When she is captured by a slave trader, he becomes determined to escape eventually, no matter what the load. Captain Nathaniel Cabot is an Army medical officer who is new to the inhumane treatment of natives. When  "Wins" Daag in a poker game, is planning to set her free, however, is Daag desperate and can not understand what he says. She just knows she wants and she will use it to your advantage.

Perhaps the target was set for Cabot and Nicholas in 1862, or such Once his fate was sealed by his own desires.

Nosky Virginia has a flare for the fabric of Native American customs in his books. This has a desirable effect, creating a vibrant atmosphere that only want to dive into. Her treatment of 1862 parts of the book are spectacular and the pulse of life. Its modern Navajo scenes are rich in tradition and political career shows the truth. It is his understanding of human nature that really draws the reader itself. You see yourself and your loved ones in the characters and know that this is a good read.

Blue Turquoise, White Shell

By Virginia Nosky

ISBN-10: 1932695583

Review by Heather Froeschl

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Heather Froeschl is an author, award winning editor, and book reviewer, at http://www.Quilldipper.com and http://www.Bookideas.com

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