Murder on the Red Cliff Rez
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Murder on the Red Cliff Rez

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Karen Charboneau is a respected and, by most standards, successful ceramics artist who is Chippewa and lives on the Red Cliff Reservation in Northern Wisconsin. Born and raised there, she is at least as well regarded on the Rez for her superior woodsman skills and is known to one and all as Tracker. Most of the tracking she does, however, involves tourists who've wandered...more
Hardcover, 272 pages
Published June 14th 2002 by Minotaur Books
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Jeff Dickison
This could have been a very good book, but the writing is so disjointed it removes a lot of the pleasure of reading. The setting is an Indian reservation in Wisconsin. A tribal lawyer is killed and the sheriff and his girlfriend, a tracker, must go after an individual they think is innocent.
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