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Also by Margaret Coel:

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The Man Who Fell from the Sky, August 2016
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The Girl With Braided Hair, September 2008
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The Drowning Man, September 2006
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Eye of the Wolf, September 2006
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Wife Of Moon, September 2004
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Killing Raven, August 2004
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Killing Raven, September 2003
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The Shadow Dancer, August 2003
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The Thunder Keeper, August 2002
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The Spirit Woman, August 2001
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The Lost Bird, August 2000
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The Story Teller, September 1999
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The Dream Stalker, September 1998
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The Ghost Walker, September 1997
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The Eagle Catcher, September 1996
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The Ghost Walker
Margaret Coel

Wind River Mystery #2
Berkley Prime Crime
September 1997
On Sale: September 1, 1997
Featuring: Father John O'Malley; Vicky Holden; Susan Holden; Marcus Deppert
256 pages
ISBN: 0425159612
EAN: 9780425159613
Kindle: B00KB5BWPQ
Paperback / e-Book (reprint)
$7.99
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Mystery Private Eye

When Father John O'Malley's pickup breaks down on a lonely reservation road in the midst of a blizzard, the pastor at St. Francis Mission starts out for the highway and stumbles on a body wrapped in a tarp and thrown into a ditch. By the time he returns with the police, the body has disappeared.

Somewhere on the Wind River Reservation is a corpse that has not received a proper burial. The Arapahos believe the spirit cannot find its way to the ancestors in the Sky World without the traditional ceremonies. Lost and frantic, the spirit walks the earth trying to get to the Sky World on its own and causing a great deal of mischief.

But neither Father John nor Vicky Holden, the Arapaho lawyer, believe a ghost is behind the sudden disappearance of Marcus Deppert, a convicted drug-dealer. Nor is a ghost responsible for the merciless murder of the young man's ex- girlfriend.

Despite his own troubles—his beloved St. Francis Mission is about to be sold to outside interests with major development plans—Father John can't forget the lonely body in the ditch. Fearing it was Marcus, he's determined to find out what happened to the young man. As he follows Marcus's trail, he realizes someone is following him....

And he suspects that Susan Holden, Vicky's rebellious, drug- addicted daughter, could be involved in murder—and could be the next intended victim. To protect her daughter, Vicky is willing to pay any price—even that of her own life. The friendship between Father John and Vicky nears the breaking point as they draw upon the Arapaho Way for the help they need to stop a killer, explain the inexplicable, and, finally, put a ghost to rest.

Wind River Mystery

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