Judgment Fire [NOOK Book]

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Tempe Crabtree is the resident deputy of Bear Creek, a small mountain community in the southern Sierra. Her continuing interest in the spiritual side of her heritage often causes unrest in her marriage to her minister husband. A battered wife is murdered and Tempe is given a warning by a shaman. She participates in a starlight ceremony, and repressed memories of her own painful high school days help her find the killer. A battered wife is murdered and Tempe is given a warning by a shaman. She participates in a ...
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Judgment Fire

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Overview

Tempe Crabtree is the resident deputy of Bear Creek, a small mountain community in the southern Sierra. Her continuing interest in the spiritual side of her heritage often causes unrest in her marriage to her minister husband. A battered wife is murdered and Tempe is given a warning by a shaman. She participates in a starlight ceremony, and repressed memories of her own painful high school days help her find the killer. A battered wife is murdered and Tempe is given a warning by a shaman. She participates in a starlight ceremony, and repressed memories of her own painful high school days help her find the killer.
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Pat Reid
10 out of 10! ... Tempe Crabtree is a wonderful character. Her husband is a minister and is just beginning to believe that his beliefs and those of the Native Americans are not too far apart. Tempe's son Blair wants to be a fireman and gets a little experience in <I>Judgment Fire</I>. I've enjoyed the Tempe Crabtree books which are set in Bear Creek, a small mountain community in the southern Sierra. The characters seem real and the location is great.
Amanda Killgore
After a battered wife is murdered, Deputy Tempe Crabtree is determined to find out who did it. Though there is an obvious suspect, she is not convinced of his guilt, and the fact that she is receiving threats only deepens her conviction. Now, memories of painful times in high school, times she shared with the victim, are haunting the deputy. Her quest for answers takes her into spiritual realms, proving that not all cases are solved using CSI techniques. But, finding the solution could bring dea
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781594264832
  • Publisher: Mundania Press LLC
  • Publication date: 7/1/2007
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 686,326
  • File size: 357 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 6, 2007

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    Can Tempe Crabtree¿s heritage and forgotten past help her find who killed a battered wife? Fighting the prejudices of hundreds of years against Native Americans and women in ¿men¿s jobs¿, Tempe works as a Sheriff¿s Deputy in the Sierra Mountains. She tries to ease the misgivings of her minister husband and her firefighter teenaged son while she tries to balance work and family. Marilyn Meredith takes us into the spiritual world of the American Indian while she weaves Tempe¿s story of arson and murder to a surprising conclusion in a well written book that¿s over before you would like. Review by Wanda C. Keesey (author of Lost In The Mist, release date May 2008)

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