Navajo Heat

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Overview

Navajo Heat is the new American novel. Steeped in struggle, Tuba City Navajo Nation Police Chief Benjamin Tsosi and his forensic psychologist, the Reverend Dr. Theresa von Prospel - who's also a death-row chaplain - have their own tragic, personal battles to win. Chief Ben and 'Dr. T' ultimately give way to the sizzling passion and sexual tension created between them over two years of collaboration. The mystical beauty way beliefs, hard science, high tech, martial arts, and loving compassion create their grid for...
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Overview

Navajo Heat is the new American novel. Steeped in struggle, Tuba City Navajo Nation Police Chief Benjamin Tsosi and his forensic psychologist, the Reverend Dr. Theresa von Prospel - who's also a death-row chaplain - have their own tragic, personal battles to win. Chief Ben and 'Dr. T' ultimately give way to the sizzling passion and sexual tension created between them over two years of collaboration. The mystical beauty way beliefs, hard science, high tech, martial arts, and loving compassion create their grid for success. The Chief is the only son of a WWII code talker and is a Vietnam War Vet himself. A former USN SEAL and CIA black ops, he appreciates the talents of his forensic specialist. The Chief teams up with the Doc for practical profiling to create the magic blend against crime and terror as sweeping changes take place on the Navajo Nation. Expect more from these characters - a warrior on his Pollen Path and the rebirth of a Mahayana Bodhisattva.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412056847
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/28/2006
  • Pages: 524
  • Product dimensions: 5.00 (w) x 8.00 (h) x 1.17 (d)

Meet the Author

Mary Helen Madrid-Null is a Death Specialist. She's been an author-consultant and educator in transpersonal psychology, grief education, debriefing, critical-care nursing and end-of-life issues.

Madrid-Null, RN, CCRN-R, BSW, MA, has been a career debriefer for first-responder professionals in critical incidents experiencing post-traumatic stress. She has been an educator in cardiac life support, clinical forensics, gerontology, and the Tibetan Book of the Dead.

She has performed flight and ground critical care transports in Colorado, Arizona and California for over 15 years. Teaching hundreds of professionals how to vigil the dying and support their patient's conscious passing has been Ms. Madrid-Null's successful, lifetime pursuit.

She lives with her husband and son in Southern California.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 12, 2006

    Out of this world

    Navajo Heat is the story of a couple, both over 50, that come together after years of dedication to careers to find that life can begin again and again. From the movement you open the book, you are taken on an adventure that spans over many settings, beliefs, and life experiences. The author has taken her time to research about what she has written. This reflects in the verbiage. An exciting, sexy adventure. This book will leave you wanting more.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2006

    Navajo Heat is a fabulous read

    From the first page Navajo Heat grabs your attention and keeps it. You begin to care about the characters from the very beginning. Being an avid reader there are usually one or two parts in any book that loses my attention. Not so with Navajo Heat, the love story is amazing, the emotions jumping off the pages, the sensuality is amazing, culminating in some of the hottest loves scenes i've read. Mary Helen Madrid-Null writes with such respect and love for the Navajo culture and Customs, she truly is one of todays most gifted writers. I highly recommend this book, it really is a fabulous read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 3, 2006

    Navajo Heat is hot, hot, hot

    How can you resist? A hotter-than-hell former Navy Seal and sultry reverend steaming up the dry desert. Plenty of romance, intrigue and cultural authenticity to keep you riveted in this well-crafted drama based on the Navajo Nation. Author Madrid-Null has done her homework--the Dine references and phrases she employs throughout are dead-on and never exploitative. Also refreshing is the fact that both hotties are...Omigod...over the age of 50! An age that popular culture typically eschews or ignores completely. There's no doubt Madrid-Null knows how to weave a story and yeah, the lovin' is pretty durn' good too. Would make a terrific film...:)

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