Another page-turner and worthy follow-up to Navajo Autumn. I rarely stay with a book all night long, but Boy Made of Dawn was riveting and I literally kept reading until I finished. Although Boy Made of Dawn can stand well on its own, starting with the first book provides a bigger picture. Actually, I'm planning on reading Chappell's books a second time from the beginning. Looking forward to the next installment!
Edie Dykeman - Mystery review editor (BellaOnline)
Took me there!
Reading this book, I was right there in the four corners area with Charlie Yazzi and his friend Thomas Begay. In this story, they are rescuing Thomas's two children who were stolen from their mother and held to prevent her becoming a witness against a consortium of crooked politicians. Mr. Chappell brings the reservation to life just as TonyHillerman and James D. Doss did. If you enjoyed their Leaphorn and Chee, Charlie Moon) books, you'll enjoy this one.
Auntie Annie - An Amazon Vine reviewer
From the Author
This story hearkens back to a slightly more traditional time on thereservation, and while the places and culture are real, the characters andtheir names are fictitious and any resemblance to actual persons, living ordead, is purely coincidental.