". . . 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.