White Thunder: An Ella Clah Novel (Ella Clah #10)
FBI area supervisor Simmons asks the Navajo Tribal Police to help locate Andrew Thomas, a federal agent who disappeared after interrupting a Navajo ritual being performed by a group of medicine men or hataaliis. Simmons voices his displeasure when Special Investigator Ella Clah is assigned to the case; he believes that Ella became an FBI agent, more than a decade earlier,...more
ebook, 256 pages
Published March 7th 2006 by Forge Books
(first published April 1st 2005)
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I am really enjoying this series of books. Although there is much less of the Navaho mysticism that occured in the first books, they are just good solid police detective novels in a location that I have fond memories of, the southwest.
In rereading this book in the series, I am again marveling at the Thurlos' complex plotting and incorporation of the Navajo beliefs and modern police work that result in a gripping and complex story. This is a really gripping and satisfying tale of good triumphing over evil.
Aimee and David Thurlo are the authors of the Ella Clah mysteries, the Sister Agatha mysteries, the Lee Nez vampire novels all set in New Mexico. David grew up on the Navajo Indian Nation, and Aimee, a native of Cuba, has lived in the southwest for forty yearsMore about Aimee Thurlo...