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The Wailing Wind (Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee Series #15)
     

The Wailing Wind (Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee Series #15)

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by Tony Hillerman
 

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Officer Bernadette Manuelito found the dead man slumped over in the cab of a blue pickup abandoned in a dry gulch off a dirt road, with a rich ex-con's phone number in his pocket . . . and a tobacco tin nearby filled with tracer gold. It's her initial mishandling of the scene that spells trouble for her supervisor, Sergeant Jim Chee of the Navajo Tribal Police, but

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Wailing Wind 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
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it was underwhelming for me. Just kind of boring.
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I listened to this audiotape as I drove to and from work. I enjoyed the story very much and listened everyday without fail as it continually kept my interest. The narrator was perfect. I am now "Hooked on Hillerman" and will read or listen to another shortly. I am buying a Hillerman gift for a friend.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Hillerman¿s latest story has Jim Chee going to his friend and mentor Joe Leaphorn and asking his help on a murder that seems somehow connected to one Leaphorn worked on before his retirement from the Navajo Tribal Police force. I like Hillerman. He is respectful of his characters and trusts his reader to have some intelligence. He weaves a good yarn spiked with lots of interesting insights into American Indians, their religious faith and their culture. This was a book on tape read by veteran narrator George Guidall who does an outstanding job with Hillerman¿s words. Indeed, I have listened to so many Hillerman books narrated by Guidall that I believe he really is Jim Chee and just uses Guidall as a pseudonym.