[Epub] ❦ People of Darkness (Leaphorn & Chee, #4) ➜ Tony Hillerman – 1sm.info

People of Darkness (Leaphorn & Chee, #4) Although the title sounds a bit biblical recalling Isaiah 9 2 , the people of darkness are, according to Jim Chee, who turns up for the first time here in a Hillerman mystery, the Dine etse tle, the humblest of Navajo predators moles In this case the title also refers to a group of Dinee Native American Church members, suspected of stealing a mysterious box of mementos from a wealthy Anglo who got rich quick in the New Mexico uranium boom Jim Chee is no sooner on the case, however, than th Although the title sounds a bit biblical recalling Isaiah 9 2 , the people of darkness are, according to Jim Chee, who turns up for the first time here in a Hillerman mystery, the Dine etse tle, the humblest of Navajo predators moles In this case the title also refers to a group of Dinee Native American Church members, suspected of stealing a mysterious box of mementos from a wealthy Anglo who got rich quick in the New Mexico uranium boom Jim Chee is no sooner on the case, however, than the rich Anglo starts to do his best to discourage him The people of darkness seem also to have be This is the story that Chee gets introduced, as Hillerman explained, because he had foolishly signed away the rights to Leaphorn and refused to writebooks that were going to benefit others I m not sure if he meant TV or movie rights Chee is atraditional Navajo than Leaphorn, torn between Shaman or law enforcement as possible careers He becomes friends with Mary, who I disliked, a white woman who seemed pretty negative and self centered to me The mystery is why would a box be stol This is the story that Chee gets introduced, as Hillerman explained, because he had foolishly signed away the rights to Leaphorn and refused to writebooks that were going to benefit others I m not sure if he meant TV or movie rights Chee is atraditional Navajo than Leaphorn, torn between Shaman or law enforcement as possible careers He becomes friends with Mary, who I disliked, a white woman who seemed pretty negative and self centered to me The mystery a long overdue celebration of Navajo culture, April 24, 2005 Tony Hillerman gives Anglos like me who grew up near the Navajo Nation and other reservations and are curious about these cultures but have no real means of accessing them a way of learningabout them and how members interact with mainstream America in modern times I ve read 5 6 Hillerman titles, and I ve enjoyed each one But this one is an especially good one.If you like Hillerman s books, try The Shaman Sings and others fro a long overdue celebration of Navajo culture, April 24, 2005 Tony Hillerman gives Anglos like me who grew up near the Navajo Nation and other reservations and are curious about these cultures but have no real means of accessing them a way of learningabout them and how members interact with mainstream America in modern times I ve r Published in 1978, one of the early Jim Chee Takes place in the areas of New Mexico through which we were traveling, the continental divide, Grant, Albuquerque Reading this series is good anywhere, but reading them in the places evoked by Hillerman is awesome. People of Darkness is a mystery involving Navajo Tribal Police Sergeant Jim Chee as he investigates a series of perplexing events including a mysterious theft and the murder of a dying man As the plot unfolds, Chee is drawn deeper into the Navajo tribal lands in New Mexico including the four corners area Hillerman is noted for his beautiful descriptions of the southwest and the ways of the Navajo people he doesn t disappoint Sergeant Chee is interesting in that he is struggling with his two People of Darkness is a mystery involving Navajo Tribal Police Sergeant Jim Chee as he investigates a series of perplexing events including a mysterious theft and the murder of a dying man As the plot unfolds, Chee is drawn deeper into the Navajo tribal lands in New Mexico including the four corners area Hillerman is noted for his beautiful descriptions of the southwest and the ways of the Navajo people he doesn t disappoint Sergeant Chee is interesting in that he is struggling wit A fine novel by Tony Hillerman Wonderful mystery set in the four corners area A good read. I never tire of Hillerman I got to read this book while flying directly over the area it was set One of the older titles, this is where Chee first meets Mary Landon This novel is particularly suspenseful, even for a Hillerman, as Chee is matched against a hitman who isforce than human As I have not been reading these in order, but I enjoy the pace and thoughtfulness of the action It was nice to finally see how Chee and Mary finally meet I m A Huge Tony Fan Really like what he does, and how he presents his work Was VERY sorry when he died. Who Would Murder A Dying Man Why Would Someone Steal A Box Of Rocks And Why Would A Rich Man S Wife Pay 3,000 To Get Them Back These Questions Haunt Sgt Jim Chee Of The Navajo Tribal Police As He Journeys Into The Scorching Southwest But There, Out In The Bad Country, A Lone Assassin Waits For Chee To Come Seeking Answers, Waits Ready And Willing To Protect A Vision Of Death That For Thirty Years Has Been Fed By Greed And Washed In Blood. Another splendid Hellerman read Engrossing and interesting He does a masterful job of folding Navajo myths, religion and ways into a detective mystery story plus the description of New Mexico scenery is wonderful And, I really like the character of Jim Chee.


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