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Fri Mar 21 17:13:33 2014 UTClccn-n810042190.12The girl with braided hair /0.140.29Chief Left Hand, Southern Arapaho /6247594Margaret_Coeln 81004219550322fast-1042565O'Malley, John (Fictitious character)fast-958696Holden, Vicky (Fictitious character)lccn-n83328385Brush, Stephanienrtlccn-n80034999Curtis, Edward S.1868-1952lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n82024042American Indian Movementlccn-n81004229Left HandSouthern Arapaho chiefapproximately 1820-1864?lccn-n88224963Strozier, Henrynrtlccn-no2009093208Recorded Books, LLClccn-n85034747Speas, Sam1901-1981Coel, Margaret1937-FictionDetective and mystery storiesHistoryBiographyDomestic fictionExhibition catalogsArapaho IndiansWyoming--Wind River Indian ReservationO'Malley, John (Fictitious character)Holden, Vicky (Fictitious character)WyomingWomen lawyersIndian womenPriestsIndian reservationsClergyMurder--InvestigationCatholicsIndians of North AmericaColorado--DenverWomen journalistsPetroglyphsMassacresCurtis, Edward S.,Catholic ChurchPhotography--ExhibitionsExhibition catalogsIndians of North America--Land tenureSerial murderersLeft Hand,--Southern Arapaho chief,Radioactive waste disposalManners and customsSpeas, Sam,Colorado--ComoColoradoLocomotive engineersAmerican Indian MovementPowwowsDetective and mystery storiesShoshoni womenSacagaweaShoshoni IndiansDetective and mystery stories, AmericanMysteryConspiracies193719811982198519861987198819911992199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201320143909692374813.54PS3553.O347199413ocn123350166book20060.12Coel, MargaretThe girl with braided hairFictionDetective and mystery storiesThirty years after Liz Plenty Horses goes into hiding following accusations of betraying the militant American Indian Movement to the FBI, Vicky Holden and Father John O'Malley investigate when the skeleton of a murder victim turns up on the Wind River Reservation+-+9762670795199219ocn032012915book19950.19Coel, MargaretThe eagle catcherFictionWhen an Indian tribal chief is killed in Wyoming, police arrest the chief's nephew. Father John O'Malley, a priest on the reservation, joins forces with a pretty Indian attorney to clear the nephew's name. Lots of insights on life in a reservation+-+121863523519629ocn064453485book20060.13Coel, MargaretThe drowning manFictionDetective and mystery storiesWhen a priceless Arapaho artifact, a petroglyph known as "The Drowning Man," is stolen, Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O'Malley join forces to find the culprits, only to discover that the crime may be linked to an unsolved seven-year-old case involving stolen artifacts and murder+-+6626670795191814ocn055015740book20040.13Coel, MargaretWife of moonFictionExhibition catalogsDetective and mystery storiesIn 1907, photgrapher Edward S. Curtis arrived at the Wind River Reservation, hoping to document the Arapaho way of life before it vanished altogether. To preserve the legacy of warriors in battle, Curtis staged an attack on a village, planning to capture it on film. But it became all too real when the daughter of the tribe's chief was found murdered--and her killer was never identified+-+1963460795191510ocn058807649book20050.13Coel, MargaretEye of the wolfFictionWhen a psychotic killer stalks the Wind River Reservation, murdering three Shoshone Indians and posing their bodies on a historical battlefield, Father John O'Malley and Vicky Holden investigate to uncover the motives behind the killings+-+519057079518949ocn213308504book20080.12Coel, MargaretBlood memoryFictionCatherine McLeod is an investigative reporter for the "Journal," one of Denver's major newspapers. Her recent coverage of the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes filing a claim for twenty-seven million acres of their ancestral lands has made her the target for assassination. Her investigation uncovers a conspiracy involving her ex-husband's wealthy family and state politicians. And as Catherine unravels the truth, she discovers some startling facts about her own heritage, making her would-be killer all the more desperate to find her+-+5098770795184318ocn042726209book20000.13Coel, MargaretThe spirit womanFictionArapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O'Malley investigate the disappearance of a college professor who was researching Sacajawea and a similar "disappearance" that occurred twenty years earlier+-+4240260795184312ocn311776305book20090.12Coel, MargaretThe silent spiritFictionDetective and mystery storiesDomestic fictionFather John O'Malley and Vicky Holden investigate the murder of an Arapaho Indian from the Wind River Reservation, who was in Hollywood trying to uncover the mystery of his great-grandfather's disappearance while filming a 1923 Western+-+412477079518268ocn052269596book20030.12Coel, MargaretKilling ravenFictionDetective and mystery storiesThe Wind River Reservation threatens to explode as the body of a murdered white man is found in a troubled area of the region and the victim's widow vows revenge, unless Father John O'Malley and Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden can uncover the truth+-+K617460795181117ocn567155140book20100.12Coel, MargaretThe spider's webFictionDetective and mystery storiesWhen Arapaho Ned Windsong is shot to death, his fiancé Marcy is the only witness. And when the men Marcy has accused of murdering her fiancé are found dead in an abandoned barn, Vicky and Father John realize they are caught in a web of lies and deceit woven by a master+-+4511870795174512ocn049576353book20020.13Coel, MargaretThe shadow dancerFictionArapaho attorney Vicky Holden and her friend Father John O'Malley investigate the mysterious death of Ben Holden while dealing with James "Orlando" Sherwood and his followers, who are intent on resurrecting the old Shadow Dance religion+-+2591360795160713ocn038521492book19980.13Coel, MargaretThe story tellerFictionIndian lawyer Vicky Holden and the sleuthing priest, Father John O'Malley, jointly investigate the case of a missing Indian warrior's journal. It disappeared from a Denver museum and subsequently a young Indian was murdered+-+338016079515867ocn706017692book20110.12Coel, MargaretThe perfect suspectFictionDetective and mystery storiesAfter a candidate for governor is murdered, and his estranged wife is arrested for first-degree homicide, journalist Catherine McLeod must risk her career--and her life--to find the witness who can identify the candidate's murderer: Detective Ryan Beckman+-+139897079515077ocn041026495book19990.13Coel, MargaretThe lost birdFictionA priest is murdered on an Indian reservation, after witnessing a rash of infant deaths during a doctor's tenure. Or was it an adoption racket? Father O'Malley and Indian lawyer Vicky Holden investigate+-+940526079514259ocn775417985book20120.12Coel, MargaretBuffalo Bill's dead nowFictionDetective and mystery storiesVicki and Father John investigate the murder of an Indian artifact collector after the valuable regalia worn by Arapaho Chief Black Heart in Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show goes missing13386ocn045634624book20010.13Coel, MargaretThe thunder keeperFictionFather John O'Malley and Denver lawyer Vicky Holden try to find out what is happening on the Wind River Reservation that would cause someone to kill two people to keep it a secret+-+K336360795129911ocn033443550book19960.13Coel, MargaretThe ghost walkerFictionThe sleuthing priest working on an Indian reservation, Father O'Malley, reports a body in the snow, but when police arrive on the scene the body has vanished. The Indians claim it must have been a ghost, but Father O'Malley doesn't believe in ghosts, especially since he stopped drinking+-+3319060795128910ocn007196759book19810.29Coel, MargaretChief Left Hand, Southern ArapahoHistoryBiography+-+9585761535120610ocn036158839book19970.13Coel, MargaretThe dream stalkerFictionA white Jesuit priest and an Indian woman lawyer hunt for a murderer while keeping mutual attraction at bay. The setting is a Wyoming reservation mired in controversy over the sale of land for nuclear waste. By the author of The Ghost Walker+-+62140607959513ocn042330994com19910.28Speas, SamGoinʼ railroading two generations of Colorado storiesHistoryBiography+-+9249635235+-+9762670795+-+9762670795Fri Mar 21 15:26:33 EDT 2014batch20882