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Casey Nagy (bio)

May 8 2008

32 minutes

117 views

Listen to Casey Nagy read from and discuss his book, Imagined Glories.

About the Book: Public order in rural, politically divided Port Townsend, Washington, has been shattered by a series of bombings made to appear as though Native American activists are responsible. Henry Ivers, an aging county sheriff already struggling with family and professional challenges, soon finds himself thrust into escalating ethnic and retaliatory violence.

Imagined Glories realistically demonstrates the power of an ordinary man's triumphant spirit through hope and perseverance as he overcomes anguish and loss.

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Book Talk, Community, Conflict, Native Americans, Political Activism
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