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The Wind River Reservation agrees to a nuclear-waste storage site in exchange for jobs and millions in revenue. But murder points Vicky Holden and Father John toward a larger plot.
Investigate another Arapaho Indian Mystery.
©1997 Margaret Coel (P)2005 Books in Motion

Critic Reviews

"Commendable plotting and characterization. A fine addition to a successful series." ( Library Journal)
"Against a vivid landscape and accurate historical backdrop, Coel injects drama and surprise into every corner of her story." ( Booklist

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Greed, Conscience and Burying the Dead

The third in the Wind River Reservation Series finds Father John O’Malley awakened in the middle of the night by an old man saying he is dying and asking the priest to come . . . following the old Indian’s instructions to his house, Father John arrives too late. The old man is dead, shot in the head in an isolated cabin. He’s an Arapaho, but his identity is a mystery. And Father John is determined to find out who he was and give him a proper burial before the three days is up and his ghost begins to roam the land, as the Arapaho’s believe. As always, the St. Francis parish is in dire financial straits, and Father John’s new assistant, it seems has been sent to find a solution to the money crisis. The same lack of funds applies to the Indian Reservation, and some financial wizard has come up with the idea of housing a nuclear waste storage facility on the reservation, despite the many health concerns. Arapaho attorney, Vicki Holden tries to caution the people about the possibility of a disaster by allowing the building of such a facility, as does Father John, putting herself and others in danger. This is a series that grips your interest from the start, mixing the wisdom and customs of the Arapaho with the love and kindness of Father John and the mission he runs to help the native people. Always portrayed as human and flawed, as all believers are, Father John faces his own personal demons as he continues to serve and do what he can for the Arapaho. The solving of the murder, the unraveling of the greed and corruption behind the agreement to build the nuclear waste storage facility and the friendship between Vicki Holden and Father John all come together at the end for a superb conclusion. Can’t wait for the next in the series.

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very good book

my husband and I really enjoyed book. lots of suspences and great ending. can't wait to start next book.