It's never too late to be more "you" than you were before.

As a fierce nor’easter bears down on her Massachusetts town, Fiona Richter places a frantic 911 call. Her husband, Simon, eighty years old and suffering from dementia, has gone missing from the house—along with his clarinet.

So begins The Singing Stick, the story of a son, his long-dead mother, and the music that anchors them both in times of great unmooring.

"A startling tour de force."

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“Heartrending story of an Indigenous family’s multigenerational trauma . . . a startling tour de force.”

—BookLife Reviews
(Editor’s Pick)

“A deeply thoughtful novel about finding one’s voice when all has seemingly been lost.”

—Indie Today
(five stars)

“Cole-Dai confronts harsh realities with the deftness of a true storyteller. A remarkable achievement."

—Colin Mustful,
founder/editor,
History Through Fiction

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