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Reviewed by Anne Boling for Readers' Favorite
"Katie and Spirit Wolf: The Spirit World Does Exist" is an excellent story that reads much like a folk tale. Author Littlewolf Griffith, aka, Lorraine Griffith, has lived a unique life in both the white man’s world and the Native American world. She is very familiar with the spiritual realm of the Native American people. Through her travels she met shamans from various tribes, each of whom was willing to share much with her concerning the spiritual realm. Littlewolf has seen and conversed with spirits. She brings her vast experience of the spiritual world, her psychic abilities and her time as a private detective to this plot. I find her life fascinating and wish she would write her memoirs. Her main character Kate Cody Private Detective has a lot of the author embedded in his characteristics.
In this story Private Detective Kate Cody is assisting the police in a puzzling mystery. She found herself turning to her old friend Mama Blue, an Indian Elder. Mama Blue lived in the Blue Ridge Mountain. As Kate drove through the mountains she spotted an unusual sight, a wolf standing on hind legs. The wolf communicated with her never moving his lips. After reassuring her that there was no need to be afraid, he urged her to follow quickly for Mama Blue knew she was coming and was eagerly expecting her. The story continues with Mama Blue assisting in solving the mystical puzzle.
Littlewolf Griffith's is a fascinating story. I enjoyed the Native American aspects of this tale.