Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O'Malley find themselves immersed in the dark underbelly of the illegal market for Indian relics, in this 12th installment of Coels "New York Times" bestselling Native American mystery series.Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O'Malley find themselves immersed in the dark underbelly of the illegal market for Indian relics, in this 12th installment of Coels "New York Times" bestselling Native American mystery series.Read Less
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Love these Native american stories. Book came very quickly and well packaged! Thanks!
Aug 6, 2010
The Drowning Man
Great Story and very believable! I almost hate to have a new book arrive as I find I have to finish it in ONE setting and no interruptions!! Great Mysteries! Keep them coming.
Aug 3, 2008
The Drowning Man
Margaret Coel goes to the heart of the problem occuring everywhere; the wanton destruction of petroglyphs for monetary gain. Her knowledge of the Arapaho and Shoshone tribes of the Wind River Indian Reservation in Central Wyoming and their relationships among themselves and with the populace of the nearby communities once again is brought to life in an intense mystery surrounding the disappearance of one of the petroglyphs sacred to the Native American Population. Once again, the Jesuit priest, Father O'Malley (a transplant from Boston) who is at St. Stephens Mission is caught up in the snare of intrigue along with the Arapaho lawyer, Vicky, who has returned to the area to try and help her people. The on-going sensual tension between the two who are worlds apart and separated by his collar and their respect for his position brings added suspense to the story. While this book is just one in what has become a series, each book can be read independently from the others. The book is an especially good read for Wyoming readers who may be familiar with the area, the highways and byways, and the various places the story takes place both on and off the reservation.
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