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Sep 01, 1996 | 256 Pages

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Sep 01, 1996 | 256 Pages

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    Sep 01, 1996 | 256 Pages

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“Shouldn’t be missed…Coel is a master.”—Tony Hillerman

“Tony Hillerman calls Margaret Coel ‘a master’ of her craft. It is no wonder. [She] brings Native Americans to the fictional frontier in a way that honors the genre.” —The Denver Post

“An intense and fascinating story of avarice, tragic old wrongs, and ultimate justice…[it] takes our breath away.”—Earlene Fowler

“Coel masterfully interweaves modern mysteries with the richness of Native American history and creates multilayered relationships in the larger tapestry of community life.”—Ventura (CA) County Star

“Now widely considered the most accomplished heir to Tony Hillerman’s legacy.” —Scripps Howard News Service

“A great storyteller.”—The Daily Oklahoman

“Coel weaves often insightful commentary about Arapaho culture, bigotry and the widespread alcoholism among Western tribes. Likeable, well-drawn characters and a lively pace mark this novel.”—Publishers Weekly

“Told with conviction and love.”—Kirkus Reviews

“Will inspire comparisons to the work of Tony Hillerman, but its insights into the Arapaho way of life in our century are unique to this form.”—Loren D. Estleman

“Welcome Margaret Coel to the ranks of esteemed western mystery writers…The Eagle Catcher is not only an alluring fresh mystery told with the authoritative voice of a historian, it is also a thoughtful testimony to the clash of cultures that endures in the West.”—Stephen White

“A first-rate mystery…featuring two admirable sleuths.”—Jean Hager

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