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Title:
Moonlight water
Author:
Blevins, Winfred, author.
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Edition:
First Edition.
Publication Information:
New York : Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, 2015.

©2014
Physical Description:
318 pages ; 22 cm
Summary:
Robbie, a San Francisco area musician, half burned out on his career, is blind-sided by his wife's miscarriage and a painful divorce. Devastated, he has a visionary experience which tantalizes him with the possibility of an entirely new life. He sets out to wander America by car to find what his money couldn't buy. Robbie stumbles upon his new life in an unlikely place, among the Navajos. There, he falls in love with a ranger and helps her track down looters that are threatening area artifacts, becomes welcomed into the community, and finds the most valuable artifact of all... himself.
Language:
English
ISBN:
9780765319944
Format :
Book

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A rock star finds adventure, love, music, healing, and life in Win Blevins and Meredith Blevins' Moonlight Water.

Robbie, a San Francisco area musician, half burned out on his career, is blind-sided by his wife's miscarriage and a painful divorce. Devastated, he has a visionary experience which tantalizes him with the possibility of an entirely new life.

He sets out to wander America by car to find what his money couldn't buy. Robbie stumbles upon his new life in an unlikely place, among the Navajos. There, he falls in love with a ranger and helps her track down looters that are threatening area artifacts, becomes welcomed into the community, and finds the most valuable artifact of all...himself.
Moonlight Water is the story of the redemption of a shipwrecked life through challenge, courage, and love.


Author Notes

In addition to the Rendezvous novels, WIN BLEVINS, an authority on the Plains Indians and fur-trade era of the West, is the author of Give Your Heart to the Hawks, Stone Song, his prize-winning novel of Crazy Horse, plus Charbonneau, Rock Child, RavenShadow and others.

MEREDITH BLEVINS lives with her husband, author Win Blevins, and their family in the Canyonlands. She has been a creative arts therapist, an award-winning travel writer, and has published five books.