In the immediate aftermath of September 11, suspicion of another attack was high. However, not all suspicions were unfounded. After a chance meeting with a customer at the car rental agency where she work, NITA DENSON, a beautiful woman of Choctaw Indian descent follows her intuition right into the heart of an anti-American plot. The evidence she uncovers causes her friend's death and NITA becomes the prime suspect: In the murder investigation headed by two dogged NYPD detectives. Desperate and frightened, NITA calls her childhood sweetheart, PHILIP 'DARKEYES' THAMES, who leaves the Choctaw reservation in Mississippi to come to New York to protect her from danger and help clear her name. The cell group leader, knowing his operation has been compromised, will stop at nothing to ensure its success, and NITA is just one more loose end he has to eliminate. For NITA and PHILIP, rekindled romance must wait as they stay one step ahead of the police and the assassin and race against a clack ticking toward the doom of an entire generation.
This dictionary of Native American places was originally published in 1909. Alphabetically arranged by Native American name, this reference work gives insight into the Native origins of Connecticut cities, towns, rivers, streams, lakes, and other locales. The Pequots and Mohegans formed the majority of Connecticut Natives, occupying the territory from Narraganset to the Hudson River, along the Connecticut shore, and including Long Island. The Mystic River gets its name from Mistick meaning ""great tidal river.""
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