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". . . suspenseful and compelling throughout . . . captivating storytelling, well-developed characters and a moving message about equal rights. An enjoyable, informative historical drama." - Kirkus Indie Reviews

". . . seemingly insurmountable challenges and surprises unfold in this gripping, fast-moving, sometimes graphic story . . . Readers of Beyond the Sand Creek Bridge will surely come away satisfied . . ." -The Bonner County Daily Bee (Marianne Love)

". . . Readers with an interest in Pacific Northwest history and the law will enjoy this well-researched and carefully crafted novel. Wyatt's complex, nuanced characters and difficult moral questions make this a thought-provoking and suspenseful book." -The Literary Lawyer (NWLawyer)

". . . Kudos to Scott Wyatt for opening a passage of history that needs to be examined . . . Wyatt's writing is terse an eloquent. " Grady Harp, Hall of Fame Amazon.com Reviewer

About the Author

Scott Wyatt was born in Portland, Oregon on March 3, 1951. He grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho, attended Stanford University and the University of Washington School of Law, and entered the practice of law in 1976. In 1999, he founded the Companion Flag Project to elevate and sustain public awareness of all that human beings have in common, their differences notwithstanding. The underpinnings of that campaign are reflected in the closing arguments of attorney Jason McQuade in 'Beyond the Sand Creek Bridge.' Scott has four children and five grandchildren. He continues to write and work from a hilltop home located sixteen miles east of Seattle--a home he shares with his wife Rochelle.

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  • File Size: 1004 KB
  • Print Length: 443 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0988238802
  • Publisher: Highland House Press; 1 edition (November 25, 2012)
  • Publication Date: November 25, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00ADEJNFQ
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #558,833 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I was born in Portland, Oregon in 1951 and grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho. I earned degrees from Stanford University and the University of Washington, and became a lawyer 1976.

In 1999, years after traveling to the former Soviet Union, I founded the Companion Flag Project to elevate awareness of all that human beings have in common, their differences notwithstanding. The underpinnings of this campaign are reflected in the closing arguments of attorney Jason McQuade in Beyond the Sand Creek Bridge, and again in "The Sanori Flag Debate," the appendix to Dimension M.

I have four children and five grandchildren. My wife, Rochelle, is a talented Seattle-area actress. We are fortunate to live in a beautiful home overlooking Lake Sammamish, fifteen miles east of Seattle in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Rick Ponderay on December 28, 2012
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The writer has one of my most desired qualities. He makes it so visual, you feel like you are there. Gripping and powerful from beginning to end.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ruth Oak on December 28, 2012
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I enjoyed this book and think the author is a great story teller. I loved the end and felt he was true to the characters throughout and I really did have a hard time putting it down once I got into it. I esp. liked the description of the lake and the mountains and steam boats. Jason McQuade does a good job of honoring his values and those of others. Get busy and write another book!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Thad on November 30, 2012
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Excellent book. Good read, couldn't put it down! Was surprised to find this was the author's first. Looking forward to his next book!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pamela Foley on August 13, 2013
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Mr. Wyatt has written an excellent book capturing an important part of history, a detail that is often left out in general education. I don't want to be too specific and give the story line away, but the attention to detail and writing style is beyond a doubt some of the best I have seen from a first time novelist. From the very beginning I was hooked, and that speaks volumes because this is not my typical read. So even if you think it isn't for you, pick it up, because I believe that everyone can find something in this book. Usually I recycle my books, pass them on to Libraries or other places, but this one has a special place on my shelf. It made me take a hard look at varying work ethics between cultures and also how we treated people differently, and gave me a new insight into our culture today. Thank you, Mr. Wyatt, for a wonderful book and I can't wait to see if there is something new on the horizon!
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This is a story about the west that is less told. It is not the Louis L'Amour version. (I love his books)
This book goes beyond good guy and bad guy to a more complex look at human nature and need.
Many different cultures came to the United States for a better way of life. This is a story of the Chinese making their way to America. A front seat view of another aspect of America's great melting pot. The book is an easy read with compelling characters, all finding there way thru life and the unexpected. Marie D.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By ScottJ1960 on August 11, 2013
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I'm always astonished when an author brings to life people, times, and attitudes they could not have possibly experienced themselves. Scott Wyatt manages to occupy the minds of mid-19th century Chinese immigrants and western territorial settlers with conviction and believability. The frontier atmosphere of this richly detailed novel reflects Wyatt's Pacific Northwest upbringing. And, while a legal drama shapes the spine of "Beyond the Sand Creek Bridge," and falls into Wyatt's comfort zone as a retired attorney, the author excavates the implements and behaviors of a forgotten era with an archaeologist's passion and arranges his artifacts into a colorful and moving story. In the process, Wyatt has elevated what it means to be an independent author, demonstrating that great writing lives beyond the borders patrolled by the traditional publishing industry.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Sue Craig on June 29, 2013
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This story had me drawn in right from the start. Scott Wyatt's writing style takes you right into the time and place of these very real characters. I have not had the joy of reading such a well written book where I could see great detail, taste the dust, smell the morning or experience deep pain through a character in many reads. Highly recommended!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chessie on May 26, 2013
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I truly enjoyed the story and the setting. The descriptions were vivid. I loved the care the writer took to bring me into the time and to make me feel and think, with details, historical facts, accuracy re the Pacific NW, ties to broader principles, and situations that raised big questions like what does it mean to be human?, and what is justice? I hope the author has more on the way.
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