2 edition of Carving a new identity found in the catalog.
Carving a new identity
Kathleen Marie Adams
|Statement||Kathleen Marie Adams.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 239 p. :|
|Number of Pages||239|
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The Identity Man is a thriller. Its plot is driven by constant action, driven by unknown forces. John Shannon finds himself wanted for a crime he didn't commit, and is presented (and forced into) un-looked-for deliverance from a mysterious "identity man." Shannon has no idea why he's been given a new identity and a clean start/5.
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In his search for identity — a primary thread of the book — Treuer is seen to embody the contradictions of being Native American. He is educated and Author: Paul Andrew Hutton. Another new skill I developed on the farm has given me options on a far greater scale, eventually becoming the biggest part of my professional identity, what I do with most of my time, and what I am known for around the world.
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