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  • The Torngat Trilogy Vol. I: Melting Snow

    Melting Snow

    “Keelut! No! Leave her alone!” She said harshly. Keelut backed off with a whine. Melting Snow lifted the cobbles one by one and placed them on Uvlugiaq’s body. When the last cobble was placed she wearily climbed back on the sled. Snow began to fall again. This time far more furiously than it had in the last few weeks. The sky seemed to close in all around her blocking the sun that looked as weak ... Read more

    $1.99 USD

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    Powder River - Season Six

    A Radio Dramatization


    6 hours 31 min

    In Season Six of Powder River, Etta and Jacob discover a 10 year old boy, Levi Curtis, chopping wood at their home, acting as if he lived there. Britt soon discovers he is the sole survivor of an Indian attack on the Conestoga wagon he's traveling in with his family. Britt realizes Levi has no relatives and prepares to take him to the orphanage in Sheridan. When the telephone line arrives in ... Read more

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