Indian Giver (Whispering Pines Book 5)

Mystery & Thrillers

By Charles Wells

Publisher : Wellston Publishing

Indian Giver (Whispering Pines Book 5)

ABOUT Charles Wells

Charles Wells
When asked why he became a writer, Wells replied with the following. "I didn't choose writing, it chose me. I've spent the better part of my life (and I'm 60 years old) writing, but I still hesitate to call myself an Author. I've written and published 9 psychic/drama fiction books, 3 More...



"Indian Giver" does not mean to take back as the modern definition implies. To the inhabitants of the ancient river Indian tribes around mid and South Georgia, Indian giver means a person who is bearing a gift to another and expecting one in return. This book and title by author Charles Wells is a two edged sword and carries both definitions to a nail biting climax.

The book starts with murder and from there things get worse. The land with the Indian ruins involved is about to be flooded by the rising waters from a new hydroelectric dam. The owners of the investment company who built it well know the truth about the land's historical value and are willing to resort to murder to protect their millions.

Gail Veal's psychic abilities are maxed out when she steps up between the ancient spirits and modern demons of greed. All involved end up fighting for their lives with their backs to the impassible swamps and the river banks.

As always, Indian Giver is a fast paced, hard hitting edge of your seat reading suitable for YA and intended for all ages; rated PG.