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Monday, October 21, 2013

Colfax Avenue: It's Not Your Grandfather's Road Trip!


It's Not Your Grandfather's Road Trip!

Looking For Redfeather; A 21st Century Novel About Three Runaway Teens in the American West.
Fiction House, Ltd. announces the publication of Looking for Redfeather, a novel by award- winning author, Linda Collison, who studied History at Metropolitan State University, worked as a registered nurse at Denver’s Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center, and raised three children in Denver.

"Fifteen-year-old Ramie Redfeather hitchhikes out of Cheyenne, looking for his father, a man he’s never met. Seventeen-year-old Chas Sweeney has taken his grandmother’s vintage Cadillac Eldorado and fled Maryland, looking for sentient life on a barren planet.  Meanwhile, sixteen-year-old Faith Appleby, who has changed her name to Mae B. LaRoux and bought a fake I.D. with money she nicked out of the church collection plate, has left her home in Baton Rouge and is on a westbound Greyhound bus, guitar in hand, looking to win the break-out blues contest in Austin.  The three teens meet by chance in Denver, where a good portion of the story is set, and head out on a road trip to the Austin Music Festival, looking for the elusive Redfeather on the way."

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