Jessica, professional illustrator married what she thought was the perfect man after a passionate three-month liaison. As the wife of a wealthy Anthropologist and ranch owner living in northern Arizona, her days were perfect until the mysterious death of Rachel, Alex’s former wife, begins to interfere.
The dead woman had been stunningly beautiful, accomplished and well loved, but her dead body was found at the bottom of the Grand Canyon only a year before, and no one wanted to talk to Jessica about just what happened that night on Blue Moon Bench, far out on the Navajo Reservation.
A deadly, secret love affair, a twisted story of drugs, stolen artifacts and love gone awry is exposed leaving, Jessica distressed and even more puzzled. She finds meditation and and her faith helps calm the mind, but won’t solve the mystery of the heart.
Reaching across cultures, Jessica seeks out the Navajo who found Rachel’s body at the bottom of the Grand Canyon on Blue Moon Bench, a remote part of the Navajo Reservation, and he tells a tale of Chindi, skinwalkers (spiritual ghosts), and bad curses. How would she save the man she loved from prison and possibly death?
|Publisher:||D L Blanchard|
|File size:||895 KB|
About the Author
The author of Blue Moon Bench is a Tibetan Buddhist now living in the Washington DC area. She is a fine artist and author who lived in Arizona for over 17 years and spent many days hiking in canyons and deserts in the southwest. She has written many articles for magazines such as Southwest Art Magazine, as well as the Article “Shaman’s and Master Artists: Understanding the Parallels in Rock Art” printed in “American Indian Rock Art – Volume 23” published by the American Rock Art Research Association. Blue Moon Bench is her first novel. She is currently writing the sequel; “The Magic Shaman” coming soon to Smashwords. Please visit me at: http://www.bluemoonbench.wordpress.com to give your comments.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This book was a good adventure with a real feeling of the southwest. It's obvious the author loves Arizona and all it's nuances. I really enjoyed the list of characters, and the twist at the end. A good book to curl up with on a cold night.