By Carlene Cross
Within the timeless West, Carlene pass creates a memorable mixture of private and nearby background. The voices in her tales comprise these of her father and his "sod-busting" neighbors; the Salish, Kootenai, Nez Perce, and Iroquois Indians; the fossil is still of Montana's prehistory; or even the wind, the soil, and the prairie grasses. go is a storyteller within the culture of such outstanding Western writers as William Kittredge, Rick Bass, and Ivan Doig. And like them, she bargains a private testomony to the long-lasting traits of the West. contains 50 black and white pictures and maps.