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The Copper Tale

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The Copper Tale is the story of a soldier on the frontier of ancient America’s greatest civilization who is launched on a perilous cross-continental mission with one of his former enemies, a giant, as his reluctant traveling companion. Meticulously researched and based in archaeological reality, the novel is set within the lost Hopewell civilization of the Ohio River ...more
Paperback, 268 pages
Published March 9th 2013 by Xanach Publishing
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This is a unique and fascinating story that has not gotten nearly as much attention as it deserves. I finished the book last night and it has stuck with me all day. The uniqueness is that in some ways the story reads like fantasy, yet it is based on a lost American civilization that many of us may not even know about it, the Hopewell. Two tribes have been at war. As a new peace is achieved one warrior from each tribe is selected to deliver the news to tribesmen who had moved far away to avoid ...more
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