When Daniel Begay hires Santa Fe private investigator Joshua Croft, it's an unusual missing persons case. The silver-haired, distinguished, and more than slightly mysterious Indian wants Joshua to return the lost remains of a Navajo leader, dead nearly a hundred years, to their proper burial site.
Soon Croft is hurtling his trusty Subaru across the Southwest, from Santa Fe to El Paso to remote parts of the Navajo Reservation, unearthing long-buried hostilities and reviving the mystery of an unsolved, unforgotten murder.
"His use of deft characterization, quick pace and plotting, and effective Santa Fe color makes Satterthwaith find." Publishers Weekly
|Publisher:||St. Martin's Press|
|Series:||Joahua Croft Series , #2|
|Edition description:||2nd Edition|
|Product dimensions:||4.31(w) x 6.80(h) x 0.78(d)|
About the Author
Walter Satterthwait resides in Los Angeles, loves to ride his motorcycle, and writes mysteries that have an international audience. In addition to the Joshua Croft series, he has written the historical mysteries Wilde West and Masquerade.
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