After his granddaughter and her friends are kidnapped by rebel soldiers in Peru, a modern-day Native American leader declares war on a foreign country and sends his white police chief to bring her home.
Three weeks into his new post as tribal police chief on the Cold River Indian Reservation of Oregon, retired Portland homicide detective Martin Andrews is wondering – what the hell am I doing here?
What he thought would be a laid-back retirement gig kicks up into international kidnapping, forcing Andrews to get a crash course in modern warfare – Indian style.
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Author Enes Smith used his work as a homicide detective to write his first novel and series, Fatal Flowers. Ann Rule said, “Fatal Flowers will make the Silence of the Lambs seem almost tame.”
His work as a tribal chief of police led to his latest series, and Cold River Rising has been a #1 best seller. Cold River Rising has been optioned for a feature film.