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Wife Of Moon
by Margaret Coel Berkley Prime Crime

Category: Fiction / Autobiography
0 pages; ISBN: 0425198146

Rating: 8/10  (Ratings explained)
Reviewer: Anne K. Edwards

Review

A great read!! Wife of Moon is one of those rare books you willnot want to put down as you move between two time periods in the history of the Arapaho people, times that are connected by some old photographs and murder. An exhibit of old photographs of the way th Arapaho used to live and a curious curator bring renewed interest in the murder of an Arapaho woman that took place the day the photographs were taken. The curator disappears and two more murders occur. Father John O'Malley is in the thick of things as priest for the St. Francis Mission where the curator was employed. Mystery abounds as the hunt for the missing woman and a murderer progress. You'll try to guess who killed the woman a hundred years ago and what her death has to do with current events. A tale with several subplots and subtle emotions woven together to make a fascinating read by a very talented author. Wife of Moon is a book you may read more than once. Highly recommended. Enjoy.

 

 
 

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