Art was a separated child, a World War II bombardier, a preacher and an alcoholic. For thirteen years, his addiction ruled him until he lost everything he loved and valued. He knew it was only a matter of months until alcohol would also take his life. Then in the nick of time, his wife took a desperate step that turned his life around, and Art was spared from being just another Indian statistic.
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The Grieving Indian tells Arthur H.’s story and painful lessons he learned as he tried to rebuild his life. This is a powerful, healing book. Every non-native needs to read it for the depth of understanding it will give.