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Harper & Row, 1990 - Fiction - 246 pages
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When a group of birdwatchers search for a glimpse of a rare falcon, what they see is a bloody body plunging off a cliff in the rugged Montana mountains. Now one of the group is accused of murdering the notorious poacher. Attorney Neil Hamel is hired to defend him and must contend with a complicated case and the passions of a small town.

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About the author (1990)

Judith Van Gieson is the author of a children s book, a collection of poetry and short stories, and more than a dozen mystery novels. "The Lies That Bind" was a finalist for the Shamus Award for best detective novel, and both of her mystery series have been regional and IMBA bestsellers. AudiobookStore.com recently cited her as one of their most popular audiobook authors. Judith lives in Albuquerque s North Valley.

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