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Death Etched in Stone

Death Etched in Stone

by C.M. Wendelboe

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A murder on the rez puts Lakota FBI Agent Manny Tanno on a killer’s long and twisted path in this mystery by the author of Death Along the Spirit Road.
When the body of an unidentified man is fished out of Oglala Lake in Pine Ridge Reservation, what first appears to be an accidental drowning turns out to be murder. Manny follows the trail to the victim’s home on the Windy City Reservation in Wyoming. But he soon discovers that no one there is eager to help him solve the crime. 
The investigation gets more complicated when Manny discovers his case is connected to a decades-old unsolved murder.Meanwhile, back at Pine Ridge, a Rapid City criminal’s car keeps showing up at murder scenes. Dark forces on both reservations thwart Manny at every turn. But it’s not just the spirit world that’s out to get him. As he races to catch the Wind River murderer, he risks becoming the next victim.

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ISBN-13: 9781948338486
Publisher: Encircle Publications
Publication date: 03/01/2019
Series: The Manny Tanno Mysteries
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 282
Sales rank: 131,330
File size: 7 MB

About the Author

C. M. Wendelboe entered the law enforcement profession when he was discharged from the Marines as the Vietnam war was winding down. In the 1970s, his career included assisting federal and tribal law enforcement agencies embroiled in conflicts with American Indian Movement activists in South Dakota. He moved to Gillette, Wyoming, and found his niche, where he remained a sheriff’s deputy for more than 25 years. In addition, he was a longtime firearms instructor at the local college and within the community. During his 38-year career in law enforcement he had served successful stints as police chief, policy adviser, and other supervisory roles for several agencies. Yet he always has felt most proud of “working the street.” He was a patrol supervisor when he retired to pursue his true vocation as a fiction writer.

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