Blood Lake by R.L. Herron
No one knows how long the Cherokee people lived in the Smoky Mountains, although artifacts indicate their ancestors were there more than 11,000 years ago.
In one of the most despicable events in history, the U.S. Army forcibly removed 16,000 Cherokee, after the discovery of gold in their territory. More than 4,000 died during the forced migration known to history as The Trail of Tears.
In a spine-tingling modern horror thriller, John Burnett is the latest member of his family to confront a Cherokee curse laid upon his bloodline during that forced migration in this Readers' Favorite Bronze Medal Winner