All Coyote’s Children
Jack and Annie Fallon have been living an apparently ideal life with their son Riley: spending winters in Portland, Oregon, and summers at his family ranch on land surrounded by the Umatilla Indian Reservation. But a good way of life can disappear almost overnight, as the Umatilla, Cayuse, and Walla Walla peoples already know. Now Riley is in rehab, Annie has just returned from her own hospitalization, and Jack has disappeared into the wilderness. With the help of a Umatilla-Cayuse neighbor, Annie is able to bring her son home and begin the work of rebuilding her life.
Bette Lynch Husted’s first collection of essays, Above the Clearwater: Living on Stolen Land, was a finalist for the Oregon Book Award and the WILLA Award in creative nonfiction. She lives in Pendleton, Oregon.
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