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Also by Margaret Coel:

Winter's Child, September 2017
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Winter's Child, September 2016
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The Man Who Fell from the Sky, August 2016
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Night of the White Buffalo, September 2015
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The Man Who Fell from the Sky, September 2015
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Night Of The White Buffalo, September 2014
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Killing Custer, September 2013
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The Perfect Suspect, September 2012
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Buffalo Bill's Dead Now, September 2012
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The Perfect Suspect, September 2011
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The Spider's Web, September 2010
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The Silent Spirit, September 2009
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Blood Memory, September 2009
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The Girl With Braided Hair, September 2008
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Blood Memory, September 2008
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The Girl With Braided Hair, September 2007
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The Drowning Man, September 2007
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The Drowning Man, September 2006
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Eye of the Wolf, September 2006
Paperback (reprint)
Wife Of Moon, September 2004
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Killing Raven, August 2004
Paperback (reprint)
Killing Raven, September 2003
Hardcover
The Shadow Dancer, August 2003
Paperback (reprint)
The Thunder Keeper, August 2002
Paperback (reprint)
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
Paperback (reprint)
The Eagle Catcher, September 1996
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The Lost Bird
Margaret Coel

Wind River Mystery #5
Berkley Prime Crime
August 2000
On Sale: August 8, 2000
Featuring: Father John O'Malley; Sharon David; Father Joseph Keenan; Vicky Holden
294 pages
ISBN: 0425170306
EAN: 9780425170304
Paperback (reprint)
$7.99
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Mystery Private Eye

In the fifth adventure involving Arapaho attorney Vicky Holden and her friend and confidant Father John O'Malley, mysteries of the past bring shocking events into the present—with far-reaching consequences for the future of the Arapahos.

There aren't many priests vying for an assignment on a reservation in the middle of Wyoming, so when a frail Father Joseph Keenan returns to the St. Francis Mission after a thirty-five-year absence, Father John O'Malley can hardly refuse his help. But when Keenan is murdered, the community is shocked. What reason would anyone have to kill an elderly, ailing priest? Unless the reason dates back to 1964, the year Father Keenan abruptly left his post—and the year dozens of Arapaho parents were told their newborns had died from contaminated water.

That same year, Hollywood star Sharon David was born and adopted into a white family. When the celebrity shows up in Vicky Holden's office with clues suggesting she was born in the area, it's clear that the glamorous actress is a lost bird—and there may be a flock behind her. As Vicky searches for the woman's origins, Father John discovers that Keenan was a priest with a crushing secret. Soon, both paths lead to a cover-up that may forever change the face of the Arapaho tribe. But they must find proof before more lives are lost—or the age-old seal of the confessional may keep the truth forever hidden...

Wind River Mystery

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