Out in the world, it's 1999.
Ex-Marine Aaron McCaan is hired to research land claims in the Mojave. But the desert world is timeless. Cultures clash here as they always have. This time, though, a dead Indian walks out alive, and his appearance puts McCaan in the crosshairs.
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Ivan Brady’s debut novel, Sagebrush Kill, is a tour de force. Powerful, picturesque, written in the hard-bitten style of Hammett and Chandler, this thriller stars ex-Marine Aaron McCaan, an anthropologist by training (like the author), a researcher by profession and a detective by native ability who stumbles into a grotesque murder out in the wilds of the Mojave Desert. The landscape of this story is vast and beautiful and the aspects touching on the Mojave Indian culture are ethnographically accurate. The plot is taut and the action non-stop. This is top-quality entertainment and I can only hope that the author continues to provide us with a series of Aaron McCaan adventures. I’m hooked.