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Skinwalkers (Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee Series #7)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2013

    Another Great Story

    I love the Leaphorn/Chee stoies, and this one is another winner.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2009

    A good read and a classic pairing

    I've recently begun working my way through Tony Hillerman's mysteries set in the Southwest. What I like best about them are the Navajo characters, Officer Jim Chee and Lt. Joe Leaphorn, drawn with real affection and insight. Most of the action takes place in their heads as they put together the pieces of various crime investigations, using their intimate knowledge of tribal life to illuminate clues that would go unnoticed by outsiders.

    If you've visited the areas of New Mexico and Arizona where the Navajo Reservation bumps up against white America, you'll enjoy being let in on that world in more detail. The bleakly beautiful landscapes as well as the way of life of Navajos and Hopis color these tales and make them unforgettable.

    Although Leaphorn and Chee were each the protagonists of earlier Hillerman books, "Skinwalkers" is the first that pairs them up, and they're a classic duo. Faced with solving three Reservation homicides, many miles apart, that at first appear unconnected but slowly begin to reveal aspects of witchcraft, the two lawmen learn to respect each other's process. As events accelerate and revelations come quickly upon one another, the nailbiter of a climax will keep you on pins and needles.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 10, 2003

    Devils Triangle of Murders??!!!

    The Suspense starts off in the very first Chapter. A Triangle of Homicides are being investigated by Lt. Leaphorn in Navajoland. Officer Chee joins him after avoiding being murdered himself. Is a Skinwalker (witch) the connection to this Bloodbath? They say theres nothing to fear but fear itself, that why id be scared to be in this Suspenseful and 7/8ths Mystery. Read this Book!!!!! Also see it on PBS Mystery.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 10, 2001

    skinwalkers the perfect mystery

    skinwalkers is the perfect novel from a realativly unknown writer.Tony Hilerman is a great mystery writer that not really all that famous.He is now my favorite writer I've ever read.I realy suggest that you read this book .It is very entertaining for a serious reader or just right for a beginer reader like me.

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