They say dead men tell no tales but do their spirits?
Sheriff Jim Buchanan discovers a mutilated corpse on reservation land and investigates a series of similar slayings. Everyone believes the killing is over when the main suspect commits suicide but Jim knows better. He continues his investigation while treading lightly around a Native American legend that seems all too real. As the body count grows, spirit memories seize the hearts and minds of the community muddling Sheriff Buchanan's efforts to bring the real killer to justice.
Readers of Mystery at Little Bitterroot, the second novel in the Jim Buchanan Series will experience a blow-by-blow description of a full-blown autopsy, a conspiracy organization weaving its web among the locals, and spiritual justice from beyond the grave.
Mystery at Little Bitterroot was Amazon's #1 Hot New Release in Native American Literature for April, 2016
|Publisher:||Red Road Publishers|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.67(d)|
About the Author
His characters in the Jim Buchanan Novels are reflective of his many life experiences in Montana. From the grandeur of Glacier Park to the cedar forests near the Kootenai River to the vastness of the Madison Valley, from the cliffs of the Rimrocks to the haunting secrets of the Crazy Mountains and the bleakness of the Missouri Breaks, Mr. Giordano captures the varied landscapes, wildlife, people, and customs indigenous to this beautiful and enduring land.
The mystery and haunting secrets of the western mountainous terrain contrasting with the vast and bleak eastern plains formed the natural backdrop for the divergence between two very different cultures inhabiting that landscape providing the inspiration for his Native American themed mystery/suspense/thriller series - The Jim Buchanan Novels.
Mr. Giordano has published the mystery/suspense/thriller novels Montana Harvest and Mystery at Little Bitterroot. His novels' protagonist is a Native American sheriff from western Montana. Both novels have been top ten best sellers in the Native American Literature category on Amazon.com with Mystery at Little Bitterroot achieving the #1 Hot New Release in that category for more than two weeks during April, 2016.