The adventure continues in author R. P. Wollbaums's Eagle's Claw, the anticipated sequal to his well recieved debut.
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Building on contributions from sociology, psychology, anthropology, philosophy, literature, and neuroscience, Henricks develops a more general account of how people discover and reproduce the "meanings" of their involvements with others. Among its many themes are treatments of selves as "projections of personhood," of the ways in which…
Minor Russian noble Andreas Bekenbaum has been richly rewarded by both the Russian and British empires for a job well done. But perhaps his biggest achievement is negotiating a land grant from the Canadian government in exchange for establishing a miltitia and police force in a tiny town at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains.
In order to claim his prize, however, Andreas will have to get there. A journey that will bring hm face to face with Cheyenne leader Crazy Horse, a wild whiskey trading gang, and countless other dangers.
Settling into ther new home takes time and hard work. Soon enough though, Andreas and his wife find themselves prospering and thriving. Unfortunately, their newfound peace is shattered when government officials once again send Andreas abroad in the service of his coutry. This time to South Africa and in the comany of his eldest son Stephan.
Culminating in a whirlwind European tour that finds Stephan facing a life threatining crisis, Eagle's Claw seamlessly explores the familial and political ties that bind.