Deadly Indian Summer: A Novel

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Sunstone Press, 1997 - Fiction - 182 pages
When a critically ill Navajo boy fails to respond to modern medicine, a young physician must overcome the resistance of his colleagues when he turns to the ancient wisdom of the Navajo medicine men.

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Deadly Indian summer: a novel

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In territory long held by Tony Hillerman, Schonberg explores the life and customs of contemporary Navajo Indians in this debut novel. Unlike Hillerman's work, this is not a mystery but the story of Dr ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Leonard Schonberg, author and physician, lives in Montana. He has traveled all over the world and worked as a volunteer physician in Asia, Africa and South America. His previous novels, DEADLY INDIAN SUMMER and FISH HEADS, were also published by Sunstone Press.

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