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Tribal Ways (Rogue Angel #25)

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A frigid spring morning at a Native American archaeological dig erupts into sudden and brutal violence, leaving five people dead and one man gravely wounded. And in a hospital, with archaeologist Annja Creed at his side, the last survivor utters his final words to name his killer a skinwalker.
The skinwalker is feared among the Navajo and Apache. It is witchcraft of a most
Paperback, 320 pages
Published July 6th 2010 by Gold Eagle (first published July 1st 2010)
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Jan 13, 2016 Tameka rated it did not like it
The synopsis of this book was very intriguing, the actual book not so much. I know that Alex Archer is a pseudonym that multiple authors write under, but there should be consistency with the main character of this series (e.g. Annja Creed). This particular author, Victor Milan, turned Annja into a supernatural skeptic, which is ridiculous. Annja has had the sword and been on so many adventures involving the supernatural, that it’s asinine to have her still doubting the supernatural.

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Aug 19, 2010 Susanna rated it liked it
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Rating: 2.5 stars
Genre: Science Fiction/Fantasy

Tribal Ways, by the writing pseudonym called Alex Archer, is the twenty-fifth installment of the Rogue Angel series featuring Annja Creed. In Oklahoma and New Mexico, teams of archaeologists are being murdered by a strange being that has people believing it is a Skin-Walker. In this case, the Skin Walker is a Navajo Indian who deep into dark witch craft and takes the form of a wolf. One of those killed was a good friend of Annja’s who had asked her
Jun 21, 2014 Laurla2 added it
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"the US military is spread thin all over the world. it's been weakened, materially and morally, by too many wars for no strategic benefit to americans, or even a visible strategic point. the economy is struggling. a case for vulnerability could be made."

"i'm not sure that's the right tree you're barking up. one way or another, you want to be careful what might come dropping down on your head from the branches."
Jul 04, 2014 Cindy added it
Thoroughly enjoyed her time with the Indians. She seemed a little more ontop of her game in this book. I didn't feel like slapping her. Thoroughly enjoyed all the supporting characters in the tribe as well. Felt like folks I could hang out with
Kathy Davie
Feb 19, 2011 Kathy Davie rated it liked it
Twenty-fifth in the action-paranormal series, Rogue Angel, archeologist and TV host, Annja Creed finds her trip to Oklahoma at the invitation of an old boyfriend, Paul, to consult on a dig changing purpose midstream when the dig is attacked by what Paul describes as a Navajo skinwalker just before he dies.

Well, you know Annja. She decides that her sword set things up so she would be on-scene to investigate not knowing how much more was beneath the surface. As a white-eyes, caught up in a triangl
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"Good story about slaughters at Native American Archaeological digs in the Southwestern states." From a review posted by an member. Read more here.
Dec 02, 2010 Wendy rated it liked it
Some of the native american info was interesting - wish they had spent more time on the skin walker, though.
Heather Willson
Jan 01, 2013 Heather Willson rated it really liked it
Really like the series; this was one of the better ones. Just wish Annja wasn't so alone...
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I'd love to see the friends and "family" Annja made in this book to show up again.
Korry Thorpe
Dec 08, 2011 Korry Thorpe rated it really liked it
I really love this series, this one was I think one of the better ones.
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Aug 17, 2010 John Hanscom rated it liked it
A delightfully silly series.
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Jul 17, 2013 Jim Reuscher rated it really liked it
Great read
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A house name for the Rogue Angel series, published by the Harlequin Publishing's Gold Eagle division.

The first eight novels were written by Victor Milan and Mel Odom. New writers joining the series starting with book nine include Jon Merz and Joseph Nassise.
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