Mourning Dove (Ella Clah Series #11)

Mourning Dove (Ella Clah Series #11)

by Aimée Thurlo, David Thurlo
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Mourning Dove (Ella Clah Series #11) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have read every book of the Ella Clah series and all the other books written by the Thurlo's. Once you begin reading your hooked and cannot wait until the next book is published.
harstan More than 1 year ago
Special Investigation Ella Clah, head of the Major Crimes Unit on the New Mexico Navaho reservation, is busy working a series of car-jackings. The M.O. is simple. A woman pretends to need help with her car and when a male passenger stops his car is stolen by a man hidden in another vehicle. When Ella and her partner Justine are called out for what looks like another car jacking, the victim this time is dead, his body riddled with bullet.------ The murdered man is Jimmy Blacksheep, who has just returned with other members of his New Mexico Natural Guard Unit from Iraq. As the investigation gets underway discrepancies between the car jackings and the murder become evident and Ella believes he was killed over something that happened in Iraq especially when she receives a five page story from him in the mail. While working this dangerous case, Ella¿s personal life adds to her stress as her mother decides to get married again and her daughter¿s father decides he wants custody.------ The Ella Clah novels are such a success because the characters grow and change over time so they never become static stereotypes. The murder mystery is well plotted with plenty of action and chase scenes while glimpse into the heroine¿s personal life makes this entry and the series something very special. Aimee & David Thurlo are super talented writers who rival the works of Tony Hillerman.------ Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago