Night Falls Like SilkLarge Print - 2003
New York Times bestselling author. "Eagle, a white woman married to a Lakota Sioux, enriches the romance genre with her unforced, unaffected multiculturalism. No doctrine, no rainbow parades here - just an appreciation for all that is human." - Publishers Weekly. In this powerful tale, bestselling author Kathleen Eagle returns to the darkly suspenseful world of her debut hardcover, The Night Remembers. Years have passed, and Thomas Brown Wolf is successful in his career, if not his private life. Yet he cannot completely forget his troubled brother - a man deeply immersed in a dark, criminal underworld. Tom finds his antidote for loneliness in Cassandra Findley, an art dealer. But a new mystery in his life begins to unfold when a series of expensive drawings Cassandra has acquired begin to disappear, leading the lovers on a dangerous search that will teach them more than they dreamed about themselves, their families, and their love.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Pub., c2003.
Characteristics: 255 p. (large print) ; 23 cm.