Wind River Mystery #14
On Sale: September 1, 2009
Featuring: Kiki Wallowingbull; Father John O’Malley; Vicky Holden
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Mystery Private Eye
When the body of Kiki Wallowingbull, a troubled young
Arapaho is found on the frozen banks of the Little Wind
River on the sparse, open plains of the Wind River
Reservation, the murder looks like the results of a drug
deal turned deadly. Except for the fact that Kiki had
recently spent time in Hollywood trying to uncover the
truth of what happened in 1923, when his great-grandfather
had gone to Hollywood with other Arapahos and Shoshones to
star in the silent film, The Covered Wagon. Kiki's great-
grandfather was the only one not to come home. Through the
decades, the family has held to the belief that he was
murdered in Hollywood. Now the family is convinced that
Kiki was killed because of what he had learned, and that
someone is still determined to keep the past buried.
When Jesuit priest Father John O'Malley and Arapaho lawyer
Vicky Holden are drawn into the investigation, they find
themselves on a trail that leads through the dark world of
drugs on the Wind River Reservation and, ultimately, the
giddy no-holds-barred world of Hollywood in the 1920s,
the studios made the law and the murder of an Arapaho
could be swept away.
Wind River Mystery
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