The Drowning Man (Google eBook)

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Penguin, Sep 5, 2006 - Fiction - 336 pages
16 Reviews
In Margaret Coel's latest Wind River Reservation mystery, Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and Father John O'Malley find themselves immersed in the dark underbelly of the illegal market for Indian relics.
  

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Review: The Drowning Man (Wind River Reservation #12)

User Review  - Donny Hilgeman - Goodreads

Another enjoyable book from one of my favorite authors. Well written, suspenseful, current, and full of plot twists. Read full review

Review: The Drowning Man (Wind River Reservation #12)

User Review  - Roberta - Goodreads

A very enjoyable mystery. The two stolen "glyphs" or petroglyphs from Red Rock Canyon, a sacred site for the Arapaho, are the basis of the story. On Google, I discovered Wyoming has many glyph sites ... Read full review

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About the author (2006)

Margaret Coel was born in Colorado in 1937. She attended Marquette University and was a historian before becoming a full-time writer. She is best known for her Wind River series featuring Jesuit priest Father John O'Malley and Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden. She won the Colorado Book Award for the novels Eye of the Wolf, The Spirit Woman, The Shadow Dancer, and Wife of Moon. The Spirit Woman also received the Willa Cather Award for best novel of the West. She is also the author of several non-fiction works including the award-winning Chief Left Hand. Her articles on the West have appeared in numerous publications including the New York Times and the Christian Science Monitor.

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