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Author: Susan Slater
ISBN: 1890768413
Pages: 280 pages
Publisher: Intrigue Press; 1st Edition edition (January 17, 2002)
Language: English
Category: Mystery
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e-Book Thunderbird: A Ben Pecos Mystery epub download

by Susan Slater



Published by Secret Staircase Books, an imprint of. Columbine Publishing Group. PO Box 416, Angel Fire, NM 87710.

Published by Secret Staircase Books, an imprint of. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including photocopying, recording, or by an information storage and retrieval system without permission in writing from the publisher. This book is a work of fiction.

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The fiery midnight crash of a Stealth fighter on a New Mexico reservation and the disappearance of a young Navajo woman put psychologist Ben Pecos and tribal police officer on a sinister and mysterious trail

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Published 2002 by Intrigue Press in Philadelphia.

The fiery midnight crash of a Stealth fighter on a New Mexico reservation and the disappearance of a young Navajo woman put psychologist Ben Pecos and tribal police officer Tommy Spottedhorse on a sinister and mysterious trail

The fiery midnight crash of a Stealth fighter on a New Mexico reservation and the disappearance of a young Navajo woman put psychologist Ben Pecos and tribal police officer Tommy Spottedhorse on a sinister and mysterious trail.

A fiery crash-landing on a New Mexico Indian reservation and a Stealth Fighter suddenly becomes the center of contention between a handful of secretive Air Force brass, and tribal authorities. The military wants complete autonomy to investigate, while the tribe demands reverence for the sanctity of their land.

But Tommy Spottedhorse, a Tribal police officer, is more concerned about the disappearance of a young woman whose abandoned truck was found near the crash site. What possible connection might beautiful Brenda Begay have with this incident, and what isn't he being told by those in charge?

When a ghastly murder leaves behind clues suggesting otherworldly causes, and cattle mutilations suddenly abound, Tommy realizes he might be up against more than a few bullheaded generals. He teams with good friend, Ben Pecos, and their quest for answers leads to a chilling adventure among the ruins of the ancients.

In addition to a gripping plot, once again enjoy Susan Slater's New Mexico-rich in the color and texture of the Southwest and the beliefs of its native people.

Naktilar
Good books, like stories and authors very much. Keep up the good work.
Marilace
This was my first-time reading a Ben Pecos Mystery by Susan Slater. I was lured in by the Native American setting. Susan Slater is a good writer that paints a very good picture of the Southwest desert and the Native American reservation. The action takes place on the Navajo-Hopi reservation and she includes legends and history of the New Mexico area. The story starts off with a bang, the crash of an F117 stealth fighter, which is mixed in with the superstitions of the Native people and also the UFO superstitions of the Anglos in the nearby towns. The storyline becomes more and more interesting until the very end, but I thought the action at the end became a little too complicated. I would have enjoyed reading more about the characters and less of the twists and turns at the end, but overall I enjoyed the book very much and look forward to reading more Ben Pecos mysteries.