by Leo Fletcher
Leo Fletcher, “a simple man who has lived a simple life,” suddenly becomes engulfed in corruption and greed when he meets his future wife, a sister of a church in Ledyard, Connecticut, marries her, and becomes part of her tribe: the Mashantucket Pequot tribe. As a new tribal spouse, Leo integrates himself with the customs of the tribes—and learns of the very secrets the tribal leaders don’t want released.
While discrimination and greed permeate the walls of the tribe, Leo threatens to expose them—the disadvantages the whites have over the people of color, the money intended for the betterment of the tribe that ends up in the leaders’ pockets, and the false accusations and embarrassment of the tribal members. The lies, injustice, and discrimination will continue—unless someone does something about it.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Originally from Norwich, Connecticut, Leo Fletcher resides in Texas, with his wife, Ingas. Leo enjoys ministering the Gospel, motorcycles, traveling, and water sports.
(2008, paperback, 84 pages)