Police arrest a hot-blooded Gulf War veteran with a big mouth and a propensity for trouble named Matthew Wolf, a Crow Indian. Wolf's family comes to private investigator Phoebe Siegel for help. But she turns them down - until the body of a young Indian man shows up virtually in her backyard. Phoebe begins an investigation that takes her from the comfort and security of her world and onto the Crow reservation where the color of her skin makes her the enemy.
©1996 Sandra West Powell; (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
I listened to When Wallflowers Die by SW Powell and really enjoyed the story, characters, etc. - enough to go back and order an earlier work. It was bad. Almost not finish it bad.
No but probably won't be buying any more from Sandra West Powell
I'm not sure. I think her performance was part of the problem - unless she also did When Wallflowers Die which I really enjoyed.
Anytime the author wrote "She/He laughed" (and she wrote it a lot!!) and the performer actually tried to laugh, giggle, chortle, etc - it drove me nuts.
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