A master storyteller at work.
Get up early. Get a cup of strong coffee and head out to the porch. Prop your feet on the railing and prepare to spend the day. You won't be able to put this one down until you've read it all! The intriguing and engrossing story adds depth and breadth to the characters of Charlie Yazzi, Thomas Begay, and Harley Ponyboy. Harley's basic humanity and innate goodness shines through in this tale more than in any of the other Navajo Nation Mysteries. Enjoy this, and hope that R. Allen Chappell brings us more of them soon.
Gary J. George, author of "Deep Desert Deception."
As an author of Native American mysteries
I appreciate a well crafted and chilling tale. R A Chappell has hit his stride, one might say he has had his stride down for a while. This is a must read for his followers and those who love Native American mysteries that have a complex nature and characters that grab you. I highly recommend this book to all.
Mark Reps, author of "Native Earth."
About the Author
R. Allen Chappell's work has appeared in magazines, literary and poetry publications, and has been featured on public radio and television. His short story collection, Fat Of The Land, was published in 2013, followed by the widely acclaimed Navajo Nation Mystery series. The series continues, with audio editions now available, and new stories in progress. The author is at home in Colorado where he pursues a lifelong interest in the prehistory of the southwest. Much of the inspiration for his work comes from a life lived at the edge of the great reservation. The author welcomes comments at email@example.com