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Talking God

Tony Hillerman: Talking God (USA 2010)

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Reunited by a grave robber and a corpse, Navajo Tribal Police Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn is trying to determine the identity of a murder victim, while Officer Jim Chee is arresting Smithsonian conservator Henry Highhawk for ransacking the sacred bones of his ancestors.

But with each peeled-back layer, it becomes shockingly clear that these two cases are mysteriously connected -- and that others are pursuing Highhawk, with lethal intentions. And the search for answers to a deadly puzzle is pulling Leaphorn and Chee into the perilous arena of superstition, ancient ceremony, and living gods.

Tony Hillerman: Talking God. Harper, ISBN: 9780061967832 (September, 2010), 368 p., $9.99.

 

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Talking God

Tony Hillerman: Talking God (UK 1993)

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A body is found beside the railway in the deserts of New Mexico, the only clue to its identity is a note in the victim's pocket bearing the location of an old woman and an obscure Navajo ceremony, Yeibichai or Talking God. There is also the name of Henry Highhawk, a campaigner for Navajo rights.

Tony Hillerman: Talking God. Penguin, ISBN: 0140177302 (March, 1993), 238 p., £3.99 (?).

 

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Talking God

Tony Hillerman: Talking God (USA 1991)

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A grave robber and a corpse reunite Navajo Tribal Police Lt. Joe Leaphorn and Officer Jim Chee. As Leaphorn seeks the identity of a murder victim, Chee is arresting Smithsonian conservator Henry Highhawk for ransacking the sacred bones of his ancestors. As the layers of each case are peeled away, it becomes shockingly clear that they are connected, that there are mysterious others pursuing Highhawk, and that Leaphorn and Chee have entered into the dangerous arena of superstition, ancient ceremony, and living gods.

Tony Hillerman: Talking God. Harper Prism, ISBN: 006109918X (January, 1991), 351 p., $6.99.

 

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Talking God

Tony Hillerman: Talking God (USA 1989)

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In this, the ninth Joe Leaphorn/Jim Chee mystery, Tony Hillerman moves outside his favored Navajo nation to the streets and museums of Washington DC. In "Talking God," Hillerman's police duo combine their skills once more for a riveting Hillerman police procedural. Both men are pursuing different crimes, and both end up in the nation's capital in an exciting run. Chee is in Washington to arrest Henry Highhawk, a Smithsonian curator and native American, for plundering the bones of their ancestors; Leaphorn is looking for the identity of a murder victim. As always, Hillerman provides much local color, culture, and socio/economic dynamics of the Navajos, many of whom are grasping quite desperately at maintaining a balance between their history and the present day sets of values. At the same time,"Talking God" is a compelling, gripping read in true Hillerman fashion.

Tony Hillerman: Talking God. Harper & Row, ISBN: 0060161183 (June, 1989), 239 p., $17.95.

 

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