The first deaths go unnoticed. The next are unreported. The people of Albuquerque are suddenly ususpecting prey for something swift and unseen. Something with golden eyes and razor-sharp teeth. Something eternally evil, unspeakably powerful, and totally hungry.
Only Chato Del-Klinne, a restless Apache searching for a way of life more congenial than teaching college students, and Laura Rainey, a young, ambitious newspaper reporter, suspect the nature of terror that the authorities seem to be covering up.
Only the tribal teaching that Chato has abandoned can possibly save them.
But time is short. The shadoweyes have tasted blood. They're after more.
©1984 Kathryn Ptacek (P)2012 David N. Wilson
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