Priscilla Cogan

Priscilla CoganPriscilla writes about life up north with a unique perspective, featuring the interface between Native American and Anglo cultures.

She is the author of internationally acclaimed novels, Winona's Web, Compass of the Heart, and Crack at Dusk: Crook of Dawn, Priscilla Cogan, Ph.D., is a clinical psychologist of Irish-American descent and a practitioner of Native American pipe and sweat-lodge ceremonies. She lives with her husband, Duncan Sings-Alone, a Cherokee storyteller, writer, and healer, and two Shelties betwixt and between rural Massachusetts and the Leelanau Peninsula.



The Unraveling Thread By Priscilla Cogan Cover Image
ISBN: 9781929590117
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Published: Two Canoes Press - June 1st, 2008

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The Unraveling Thread tells the story of a family exploding in crisis. Harriet McWhinnie, a divorced but successful career woman, arrives home to discover that yet another Agency person has fled, leaving behind Harriets sweet but demented mother, her adolescent twin girls, one psychotic with an undiagnosed genetic disorder, the other rebellious and resentful of her disabled sibling, a little five year old boy yearning for the return of his father, and an hyperactive dog who drives everyone crazy. Desperate, Harriet hires a middle-aged, Native American woman, Agatha, with no references, no address, and a past steeped in mystery. Stern but loving, Agatha forces each family member to work through their issues with honesty and dignity while hiding from her own grief. In the end, the storys memorable characters each learn how to pick up the threads of both love and self respect that will pull them out into the harsh world and then lead them back home.

Double Time By Priscilla Cogan Cover Image
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ISBN: 9781929590070
Published: Two Canoes Press - April 1st, 2007

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A bank robbery gone awry. A pair of unlikely, unrelated female hostages - the rebellious young runaway Phoeniix Knott and the opinionated octogenarian Kate Aregood - creating an explosive cross-country jouney with the pistol-packing Billy T. Pickle. Into the mix arrives Double Trouble, a story of the plain-talking, single Tidewater gal, Daisy Hill, secretly trading identities with the weathly, refined, and married Bostonian, Catherine DuMaurier, a mother of two young children. Can a tale of twarted, entangled love transform the desperate trio in Billy's flight from the law? What is real and what is fiction? Can a novel change the story of your life?