Black Silk Handkerchief: A Hom-Astubby Mystery

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University of Oklahoma Press, 2006 - Fiction - 350 pages
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The first volume of a new murder mystery series by award-winning author D. L. Birchfield.
 

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Black silk handkerchief: a Hom-Astubby mystery

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When William Hom-Astubby Mallory, a lawyer-turned-freelance photographer and a member of the Choctaw tribe, finds the body of a naked woman by a Colorado river, he calls the county sheriff, but the ... Read full review

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115
III
157
IV
201
V
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Birchfield is a member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. His Oklahoma Basic Intelligence Test won the North American Native Authors First Book Award from the Native Writers' Circle of the Americans and the University of Oklahoma.

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