The Story Teller

The Story Teller

eBook - 1999 | Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition
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When a sacred record of Arapaho life on the Plains mysteriously disappears from a local museum, lawyer Vicky Holden investigates, uncovering evidence of much deadlier crimes than manuscript theft. Reprint.
Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 1999, ©1998
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition
ISBN: 1101663731 electronic bk
9781101663738 electronic bk
Branch Call Number: eBOOK M COEL
Characteristics: 1 online resource (241 pages)

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DorisWaggoner
Dec 05, 2014

Fr. John wants to create an Arapaho museum on the rez, to help create pride among the youth. He hears of a ledger book, part of the tribe's patrimony, which should be among the items a Denver museum lists in its inventory which it plans to turn over to the tribe. The elderly story teller, keeper of the oral traditions, remembers seeing it in the museum in 1920, but who's going to listen to him? Fr. John and Arapaho attorney Vicky get worried when the Arapaho grad student working on the ledger for his PhD, who planned to run the museum on the rez, disappears. Added to the tension of the plot, is the tension between Fr. John and Vicky. A thoroughly satisfying mystery.

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