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The state police and FBI are baffled when an old man and a teenaged girl are brutally murdered. The blind Navajo Listening Woman speaks of ghosts and ...Show synopsisThe state police and FBI are baffled when an old man and a teenaged girl are brutally murdered. The blind Navajo Listening Woman speaks of ghosts and witches. But Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn knows his people and begins an investigation that leads to the most violent confrontation of his career.Hide synopsis
Description:Very Good. Order today-sent today with tracking number, M-F*....Very Good. Order today-sent today with tracking number, M-F*. Attractive ex-library with mylar protective cover and usual stampings and labels. We protect your purchase with damage-resistant double-layer bubble-wrap packaging where possible. Your purchase helps fund small charities in Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana. *Our delivery standard: order received by 2PM Eastern US time goes out by 4: 30 PM M-F. Excellent condition except for some shelf-scuffing on protective cover.
Publisher: N.Y. : The Armchair Detective Library, 1994
Description:Fine in Near Fine jacket. First edition thus, first printing....Fine in Near Fine jacket. First edition thus, first printing. Reprint edition for The Armchair Library series. Fine in Near Fine DJ, one tiny chip to the lower DJ at the rear flap fold, else Fine.
Description:Very Good in Very Good (in mylar) jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾...Very Good in Very Good (in mylar) jacket. Hardcover. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Clean and tight textblock! Minimal wear to binding. Unclipped dust jacket with large moisture discoloration spanning along spine on front cover to back cover, moisture discoloration at top edge of rear inner flap. 316pp.
Publisher: The Armchair Detective Library / Otto Penzler Books ,
Description:Fine. No Jacket. Signed First edition thus. Copy #13/100...Fine. No Jacket. Signed First edition thus. Copy #13/100 numbered copies signed by the author. Maroon cloth with gold gilt lettering/decoration plus a pictorial paper insert to the front board, 316 pages. Fine copy [no Dust Wrapper, as issued] in Slipcase.
I have always loved the "Tony Hillerman" books. They tell a lot of the Indian History in a story formation. Would reccomend these books too anyone interested in the traditions of the "Native American".
There are many people to sort through in this story, but there is only one true hero--Lt Joe Leaphorn. Joe is run down by a Mercedes, shot, almost killed by a very large dog, blown up and sealed in a cave; and tn spite of all that, he manages to save a troop of boy scouts and their leaders. But first ...
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