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Posted February 14, 2015
Through all the danger around her and her family Ella Clah manages to tediously put the puzzle of who the culprit is and justice is again served. However, comparing the Thurlo's series with Tony Hillerman's Joe Leaphorn/Jim Chee's escapades and also James D. Doss's tales of Charlie Moon: there is such a depressive, negative aura with Clah; that is, Leaphorn/Chee had wife/girlfriend interaction to break from the angst of looking for killers and Moon had his Aunt Daisy to give a vacation to the tedium of finding a criminal. Thurlo series, of which I've read 4 are very descriptive, as if I were seeing the saga from the inside and it is so stressful - I think there will never be an end to the black cloud that seems to follow that woman scattering more and more thunder and rain over her search for answers. FINALLY, the sun shines through and the answers all come to a victorious end.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.