. Investigative reporter Catherine McLeod has been covering the local Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes' case to reclaim 27 million acres of land, but after barely surviving an assassination attempt, she decides to lie low for a while. Yet Catherine's persistence in covering the story soon leads her to uncover a startling conspiracy - and some eye-opening truths about her own heritage.
©2008 Margaret Coel; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
I enjoy mysteries, NOT thrillers, contemporary fiction, especially about diverse cultures, and sometimes history, if it doesn't involve too many dates. I often listen to a book multiple times, discovering unnoticed details in the retelling.
I find no range of emotion in this story, well into Part 1. There is a constant need to escape, being alone in fear, continual terror. I love Margaret Coel's books, as you meet many interesting characters and there are wonderful moments as well as terrors. There's little character development and a constant chase. I'm not impressed so far. Am re-listening to this title. No wonder I didn't remember it from a year ago when I bought it!
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