The Joe Leaphorn mysteries

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New York : Wings Books, 1992., Avenel, N.J. :
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499 pages ; 25 cm


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New York : Wings Books, 1992., Avenel, N.J. :


Fiction Catalog, 2010.
Here are three outstanding mysteries, all featuring Navajo Tribal Police Lt. Joe Leaphorn, one of the genre's most insightful and intriguing sleuths. In The Blessing Way, a casual summer outing in the high desert to investigate rumors of Navajo sorcery leads Leaphorn and anthropologist Bergen McKee to a series of inexplicably grisly murders. In Dance Hall of the Dead, Leaphorn is assigned to track down a missing Navajo youth whose Zuni friend was found brutally murdered. With thousands of square miles of desert before him and only a keen sense of reason as a guide, Leaphorn's search unearths a deadly secrete and a ruthless killer who will stop at nothing to keep it hidden. And in Listening Woman the murder of a terminally ill old man and a teenage girl on a desolate mesa has the state police and the FBI baffled. But Leaphorn's uncanny powers of deduction and his knowledge of the ways of his people lead him into a fanatical, century-old plot and the blood heart of the mystery.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Hillerman, T. (1992). The Joe Leaphorn mysteries . Wings Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Hillerman, Tony. 1992. The Joe Leaphorn Mysteries. New York: Wings Books.

Chicago / Turabian - Humanities (Notes and Bibliography) Citation, 17th Edition (style guide)

Hillerman, Tony. The Joe Leaphorn Mysteries New York: Wings Books, 1992.

MLA Citation, 9th Edition (style guide)

Hillerman, Tony. The Joe Leaphorn Mysteries Wings Books, 1992.

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