The Blessing Way
When Lt. Joe Leaphorn of The Navaho Tribal Police discovers a corpse with a mouth full of sand at a crime scene seemingly without tracks or clues, he is ready to suspect a supernatural killer. Blood on the rocks . . . A body on the high mesa . . . Leaphorn must stalk the Wolf-Witch along a... show more
When Lt. Joe Leaphorn of The Navaho Tribal Police discovers a corpse with a mouth full of sand at a crime scene seemingly without tracks or clues, he is ready to suspect a supernatural killer. Blood on the rocks . . . A body on the high mesa . . . Leaphorn must stalk the Wolf-Witch along a chilling trail between mysticism and murder.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 7th 1990
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
, 20th Century
, Mystery Thriller
Series: Navajo Mysteries (#1)
I was recommended to read this series from a gentleman while I was visiting the Museum of Northern Arizona in Flagstaff during my archaeological field school. I wish I'd gotten the guy's name, because I would love to thank him for introducing me to this series. One reason I never read books about ...
Follow Joe Leaphorn and Bergen McKee as they work their way through mystery, death and intrigue. When a wanted man turns up dead with no evidence as to how he died, Leaphorn is disturbed. With more and more reports of a ghost, or a Wolf Man raiding the cattle, rumors begin to fly and the case become...
I read this so long ago that a mimeograph didn't seem old school. I loved the descriptions of the scenery and the people. I also love how respectful the author is towards the native americans/first families. Great book!
One thing for this Holiday Book Bingo, it's had me looking beyond what I generally read. When I saw the square for Native American MC, my first thought was Moonlight Reader's review of this book. Despite the lowish rating, the series idea had stuck with me and finally I decided to take the plunge. ...
This is the first in Hillerman's long-running (as in 19 books & counting) series set in the four corners area of Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado & Utah. Overall, I found the book a little bit disappointing. I've never read Hillerman before, although he's been on my tbr for a long time. I've read a ...