Dance Hall of the Dead
Publish date: February 3rd 2004
Publisher: Harper Paperbacks
Pages no: 224
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, 20th Century
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Navajo Mysteries (#2)
I liked that this mystery had to be solved in a certain span of time or else it would turn out to be deadly. A lot of police cases do have to be solved quickly, and to me, this was realistic. I also liked that this was not a classic case of the mystery being solved in time, because that to me is so ...
My public library book discussion group picked this as part of a series on Native American mysteries. I had read it 25 years ago but didn't really remember much about it. I'm so glad I had a reason to re-read it! Yay for public libraries!Joe Leaphorn is a Navajo Tribal Policeman and is called in t...
I love Tony Hillerman's books. He had a way of drawing you in and letting you learn about different Native American tribes all with a mystery attached to it.
One that I'll re-read to get the full effect. A plot that kept me guessing. Loads of detail about Hopi religion, which was very interesting. Settings out on the mesa and at deserted hogans. One of Hillerman's better books.