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Talking God

Auteur: Tony Hillerman
Uitgever: New York : HarperPaperbacks, 1991, ©1989.
Editie/Formaat:   Boek : Fictie : EngelsAlle edities en materiaalsoorten bekijken.
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The 2 Navaho police officers, Jim Chee & Joe Leaphorn, featured together in the author's earlier A Thief of Time & Skinwalkers, once more solve a puzzling, complex murder mystery set in New Mexico. Washington politics and protests lead Chee and Leaphorn to cases of grave robbing and to a body that was found stripped of all identification. Lt. Joe Leaphorn seeks the identity of a murder victim. Officer Jim Chee  Meer lezen...
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Genre/Vorm: Fiction
Mystery fiction
Genre: Fictie
Soort document: Boek
Alle auteurs / medewerkers: Tony Hillerman
ISBN: 006109918X : 9780061099182
OCLC-nummer: 22922518
Beschrijving: 351 pages ; 18 cm
Verantwoordelijkheid: Tony Hillerman.

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The 2 Navaho police officers, Jim Chee & Joe Leaphorn, featured together in the author's earlier A Thief of Time & Skinwalkers, once more solve a puzzling, complex murder mystery set in New Mexico. Washington politics and protests lead Chee and Leaphorn to cases of grave robbing and to a body that was found stripped of all identification. Lt. Joe Leaphorn seeks the identity of a murder victim. Officer Jim Chee arrests a Smithsonian conservator for ransacking the sacred bones of his ancestors. As the layers of each case are peeled away, it's clear the cases are connected. A grave robber and a corpse reunite Navajo Tribal Police Lt. Joe Leaphorn and Officer Jim Chee. As Leaphorn seeks the identity of a murder victim, Chee is arresting Smithsonian conservator Henry Highhawk for ransacking the sacred bones of his ancestors. As the layers of each case are peeled away, it becomes shockingly clear that they are connected, that there are mysterious others pursuing Highhawk, and that Leaphorn and Chee have entered into the dangerous arena of superstition, ancient ceremony, and living gods. Annotation. A grave robber and a corpse reunite Navajo Tribal Police Lt. Joe Leaphorn and Officer Jim Chee. As Leaphorn seeks the identity of a murder victim, Chee is arresting Smithsonian conservator Henry Highhawk for ransacking the sacred bones of his ancestors. As the layers of each case are peeled away, it becomes shockingly clear that they are connected, that there are mysterious others pursuing Highhawk, and that Leaphorn and Chee have entered into the dangerous arena of superstition, ancient ceremony, and living gods.

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