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Victim: An Emily Taylor Mystery (Volume 2) Paperback – May 4, 2012
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Although the legend of Walking Bear is fictional, I totally enjoyed reading various Ojibwa spiritual tales in order to get the cadence and framework. I am fascinated and awed by Canadian First Nation philosophies, which probably stems from the fact that my children are part native. Not to mention that my friend Sandy Duplassie's mother was full-blooded Ojibway. In fact, Sandy's wife, Helen, told me a newspaper story that involved a suicide and circles around a tree...which started Victim rolling.
From the Back Cover
Ancient evil comes in many forms...
School principal Emily Taylor is caught up in the inexplicable disappearances of two well-known women and the violence linked to a disputed land claim.
When the legendary Walking Bear appears, she must also deal with the resurrection of an ancient legend and the terrified and unnerved villagers of the sleepy town of Burchill.
Once again, Emily is drawn into the unknown and must battle her own secret demons and fears. Only then can she unravel these mysteries--before there is more bloodshed.
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Astolfo also gives us the greedy outsiders that are building a subdivision near the village and near tribal land. The greed of the outsiders and the opposition by the tribe and village is vividly portrayed.
The scenery and weather (which plays an important part to the story) are wonderfully described. Astolfo reminds us that Mother Earth must be protected and her resources used wisely.
If you want a good mystery with a few thrills tossed in, I recommend this book.
I'm enjoying getting to know Emily and Langford (Will) a little better with a few subtle hints into their past and I can't wait to get to the 4th book which tells their story.
The legends with their twists and turns made for exciting reading.
I like learning of different regions and the people who live there.
I recommend reading this book and I'll be buying the series of EMILY TALOR MYSTERY BOOKS.
Most recent customer reviews
Obviously typo: should read two womEn.
Bad initial impression of good book, good writer.
Kindle editing error?