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Fraley, Laura

Overview
Works: 5 works in 14 publications in 1 language and 63 library holdings
Genres: Fiction 
Classifications: PS3556.R268, 813.54
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Publications about Laura Fraley
Publications by Laura Fraley
Most widely held works by Laura Fraley
The legend of Chawkaterro by Craig Fraley( file )
4 editions published between 2003 and 2008 in English and held by 25 libraries worldwide
Long before the white man came, the Kiahawks faced their greatest enemy. An enemy from within their own tribe, he who was once their chief. For the chiefs offering to the goddess Tiawana gains him the evil sprit of a giant white wolf & unleashes an insatiable appetite in him, satisfied only by the taste of human flesh
Awakening the rage by Craig Fraley( file )
2 editions published between 2004 and 2008 in English and held by 15 libraries worldwide
The game filled water of Lake Shanoha is an oasis in the harsh Nevada desert supporting a horse ranching community forty-five miles south of the Kiahawk Indian reservation. The Kiahawks have lived passively at the base of Red Rock Mountain for more than a hundred years. The Kiahawks are, as they always have been, abused by the townspeople. The Kiahawks take the abuse as a matter of course, until the brightest light in their lives, the chief's granddaughter, is brutally raped and murdered by three wild teenagers from town. This is only the beginning of a domino effect of lies, murder and arson, causing more pain and grief than the Kiahawks can bear. With no law to turn to for help, the Kiahawk nation returns to the power of their mystic past to unleash hell upon the town of Lake Shanoha
Crystal gazer & Chawkaterro uprising by Craig Fraley( file )
3 editions published between 2005 and 2008 in English and held by 11 libraries worldwide
Another dead body is discovered on the Kiahawk reservation. This time the dead man is a geologist investigating water table rights in Nevada. Detective Kirk Wallace volunteers to investigate. Kirk has personal reasons for wanting to return to Lake Shanoha, namely to learn if the supernatural sightings he witnessed on his last visit were real. In the process, he discovers that the Kiahawk burial ground was never included in the land that makes up the reservation. Jack Page, bar owner, and sworn enemy of the Kiahawks, makes a discovery of his own--one that will make him a very wealthy man. Through a chance find, Jack uncovers a century old letter that reveals that a cache of gold was buried under the Kiahawk burial ground. Using a Navajo Crystal Gazer, and armed with the knowledge that the burial ground is not part of the reservation, Jack searches for the buried treasure. But the gold is protected by the deadly spirit, Chawkaterro, who was confined by the Kiahawks of ancient times. To uncover the gold will unleash the wrath of this spirit which can then invade any human body, and assume their shape, or transform itself into a wolf--an evil beast
In the days of Winter Wolf by Craig Fraley( file )
4 editions published between 2003 and 2005 in English and held by 7 libraries worldwide
The Kiahawks face their greatest threat. The U.S. Army has trespassed upon sacred ground. Chief Winter Wolf travels to seek information on the white man from a neighboring tribe. While he is a way many of his people are slaughtered by the soldiers, and his warriors retaliate. Now the soldiers demand the Kiahawks go to a reservation or be annihilated. Only Chief Winter Wolf with his newly inherited powerful medicine can stand between the Kiahawks survival or destruction
Murdering America, Inc. by Craig Fraley( Book )
1 edition published in 1999 in English and held by 5 libraries worldwide
Reporter Drake Saxton discovered the truth behind mafia-fronted Titanium Construction--a company responsible for a freeway collapse resulting in the deaths of 19 people. Drake's friend, Scott Williamson, told him that if he published the story, they would kill him. And so he buried it. Twenty years later, Drake is a nationally celebrated television tabloid reporter and two journalism students have just discovered the story Drake should have destroyed
 
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English (14)
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