charlie moon's aunt daisy knows her dreams tell her things.
I really enjoy the entire series and can't wait to read the next one.
I think it would be best to read in order, but the way
james doss wrote these books you could read out of order.
explinations are given about the past that are refered to. but it helps to know where charlie got his start in many areas and what makes daisy tick
a woman of the Tohono O'otam tribe has been savagely-and ritually-murdered in wyoming,outside the jurisdictions of granite creek,colorado.police chief scott parris and the ute tribal policeman charlie moon.but a brutural,unprovoked asault by the suspected killer on one of parris's detectives-and the dark,unsettling visions of charlies's sham aunt ,daisy perika -are pulling two dedicated lawmen and an aginga native american mystic nto the hunt
Third in the series. Set in SW Colorado, good native American mystery along the lines of Hillerman.
"A worthy addition to a richly rewarding series...Doss again creates a fascinating mix of gritty police work, teh spiritual traditions of Southwestern Indians and irresistible characters." Publishers Weekly
I'm new to James Doss and really like his books. He is a wordsmith extraordinaire. If you like Tony Hillerman you will love James Doss.
I give this book a five star rating
Excellent book with a bit of surprise ending.