A New Novel By L. Woodrow Ross “Burial Ground”


Just released on Amazon Kindle, “Burial Ground” by L. Woodrow Ross. This 190 page fictional account of the desecration of an Indian burial ground in Yellowstone National Park is exciting from beginning to end. It tells of the discovery of a cover-up, murder, and the dedication of a Native American who lives in West Yellowstone, Montana. Adam Running Wolf is a fly fishing outfitter and guide. He is a Blackfoot Indian and lives close to nature in the modern world.

Adam and his friends embark on a suspense filled effort to avenge the death of a close friend and it leads to a path of adventure, danger and ultimately ends in a surprising way.

It is a great value for the historical commentary, and it offers a look at the poor treatment of Native Americans by a certain groups of people.

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Author: Brian Cope

Brian Cope 5200 Borden Rd. Rembert, SC 29128 803-422-7626 brianc@carolinasportsman.com Brian Cope is a retired U.S. Air Force Combat Communications Specialist and has been writing about the outdoors since 2006. He received a B.A. in English Literature with a Concentration in Writing from the University of South Carolina. He has won numerous awards for his writing, photography, videography, and podcasting. Brian is the editor of Carolina Sportsman Magazine and CarolinaSportsman.com, and is host of The Sportsman Weekly Podcast.