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I've read them all. but now, the libraries have a very limited selection.
The characters are colorful and well-developed, the dialogue crisp and meaningful, and the plot created with a lot of thought, and research.
The whole indian culture, landscapes, tradition and history were perfect elements in this book.
I like reading about Navajo traditions and beliefs, it make his mysteries more interesting. I like the whole series. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kate
aba daba doo the forx ran over the dog and the garden
v\great descriptions of the southwest desert and the navajo cultures
Tony Hillerman deftly blends fascinating details of an ancient civilization that disappeared from the American West a thousand years ago with a murder mystery on the modern day... Read morePublished 3 months ago by keetmom
Probably Hillerman's best book. I've read it twice and love the way he makes the personalities on Leaphorn and Chee come alive., And a really good mystery too.Published 3 months ago by M. Jobes
If ever, as Shakespeare wrote, "time is out of joint," it is in the many criss-crossing paths of "A Thief of Time. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lois-ellin Datta
Great story by one of the very best storytellers. The background music was not my favorite and sometimes drown out the author reading his story - but it was great none the less.Published 3 months ago by S. Henry
Because I have ministered in Navajo-land, and wish I had known then all that I have learned, painlessly, about their Faith and Way. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Derek Ford
reading this in high school and had the opportunity to read it with my kid and although it is a lil confusing b/c of editing, the story line and characters are wonderful..Published 4 months ago by Harpers
I could not put my Kindle down, the story was so exciting. Imagine going down into the Grand Canyon and solving a mystery! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mary Jane Crass