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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. The stories are interesting, but right from the beginning of the series you sort of knew there was going to be this massive sexual tension going on between the two main characters. For that reason--because I really, REALLY hate romance trying to disguise itself as mystery, or some other genre--it has taken 8 years for me to get to book 3 in this series. And quite frankly, I don't think it will go any further.
In this book, it isn't even the 'romance' that ticks me off John's study when this stranger to her, a white woman also from Boston, comes into the study with some familiarity.
She immediately assumes the worst--that, while Fr. John won't break his vows for her, he would do so, and HAS been doing so, with this white woman that he's been 'keeping' somewhere. Like two minutes ago?
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Some friend, to automatically think the worst of him. I just don't do romantic angst. Especially when I had the mystery figured out by halfway through the book anyway. Jul 02, Regan rated it it was amazing.
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I'm a huge fan of this series and each book just gets better and better. This was kept me up late at night to read to the end. I love the dynamics between Father John and Vicki as well as their interactions with the other characters. Tony Hillerman meets Jan Karon as someone is killing the opposition to the proposed nuclear waste disposal site on the reservation. John and Vicki too have their lives in jeopardy Good stuff!!! Jul 02, Peggy rated it liked it.
I will keep going with this series. It seems respectful to Arapaho culture and I like the two main characters. Fast read. He is helping her anchor her defense in her culture and dedicate her actions to helping her people. It is a reminder of the Arapahoe attentive and grateful blessings directed to land and sky and our responsibilities in keeping it safe and productive for future generations.
View all 3 comments. I'm very impressed with the use of setting in this series. The respect given to the Arapaho nation and its customs is commendable and I think the author reflects these well. This mystery here is a bit weak and almost overwhelmed by the other events of concern to the characters. Some of the writing shows signs of this being a newish author -- in I'm not sure what to make of Fr. John and Vicky. In some respects, I'd just like to know the outcome of their story without going through all of the books. Sep 16, Patty rated it really liked it.
I had a bit of trouble with this because of the relationship between Father John and Vicky Holden. I know it was meant to make people uncomfortable because the main players were uncomfortable but having been raised Catholic it probably bothered me more than someone who was not brought up in that culture. The plot was fairly simple, Father John is called out one night to a remote well, everything is pretty remote I enjoy Margaret Coel and the settings she uses for her Father John O'Malley series.
The plot was fairly simple, Father John is called out one night to a remote well, everything is pretty remote on the Wind River reservation location to tend to a man who said he wants to get something off his chest, and that he is dying. By the time Father John gets there the man is dead, but not of natural causes, he has been shot in the face.
At the same time Vicky is involved in trying to stop a Chicago company from building a nuclear waste dump on the reservation. This makes her very unpopular because the company is promising jobs, lots and lots of jobs, as well as long term employment. The Council is for the idea, most of the people on the reservation are for the idea, making Vicky very unpopular. So, does Father John's dead man tie in with the nuclear waste dump? Only time will tell.
I had an inkling at one point that I might know the killer but Coel was very good at distracting me to the point where I forgot about this person. Interesting ending with a lot of loose ends, glad that there are more in the series to keep reading about these fascinating people.
Recently finished listening to this, the third in the series. This series takes place on the Wind River Arapaho Reservation. Here they want to put in a nuclear waste dump on the Reservation. It appears there is one lone voice talking against it, Vicki Holden, Arapaho lawyer. The people for keep saying that they are talking "facts" and she is just trying to rouse the white protestors.
So this opens the door for corruption. It is difficult here to tell which is the back story and which is the fron Recently finished listening to this, the third in the series. It is difficult here to tell which is the back story and which is the front story. Because while there is much ado about the proposed dump which would provide a number of jobs and a lot of money to a couple of people, there is also a story about people getting shot in the face.
A group of cowboys who hadn't seen each other in 40 years and they get shot the same way causes Father John to wonder what is going on. Something happened 40 years ago and one of the old cowboys is stirring the pot. I enjoy these stories. But I am beginning to wonder why it feels like everything I read is about corruption. Feb 21, Roberta rated it really liked it. Another good one by Margaret Coel. In this book, the attraction between Father O'Malley and lawyer Vicky Holden is more explicitly described; yet the reader knows, nothing is ever going to develop--it's a tease by the writer.
Lots of action in this one. I especially loved the ceremony with the Medicine Wheel which gave Vicky the courage to do what she needed to solve several crimes. These characters were, as usual, good company on a day when we were snowed in. Dec 22, Cybercrone rated it it was ok. So far I've enjoyed this series.
Though it's formulaic it has been relatively well done and remains fairly interesting. However the behaviour of the lady lawyer is beginning to grate a lot so hope she straightens out in the next book or two. Aug 25, Reviewer The Brown Bookloft rated it liked it Shelves: mystery , mystery-amateur-sleuth , multi-cultural. Summary: The people on the Wind River Reservation struggle financially. Most of the Northern Arapahoe and Eastern Shoshone barely eke out a living. Francis Mission, struggles right along with them. But there are enough dissenting voices to concern Summary: The people on the Wind River Reservation struggle financially.
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But there are enough dissenting voices to concern the UPC. They know he has a lot of influence in the community. One of the most vocal protestors is a woman named Vicky Holden. Vicky grew up on the reservation, but is now an attorney living in the nearby town. This puts her at odds not only with UPC, but also with many in the Native community who want to have a better standard of living for themselves and the generations to come.
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Then, while browsing in my local library several months ago, I came across the second in the series, Ghost Walker, and picked it up. I really liked that book, so picked up the third. However, the book did get me to do some research online on the Wind River Reservation. Recommended for mystery readers and anyone interested in learning more about present-day Native American life.
Jun 22, Maria rated it it was amazing Shelves: murder-mystery , detective , native-american. When Father O'Malley gets a call for help in the middle of the night, he drives off into the night only to find the body of an Arapaho man who nobody seems to know.
Working with the police, he works to figure out why the man called him for help. Meanwhile, Vicki is involved with the Indian council to try to put a stop to a proposed nuclear waste dump on the reservation. It soon becomes clear that a conspiracy is afoot. It doesn't take long for their worlds to collide as they uncover evidence tha When Father O'Malley gets a call for help in the middle of the night, he drives off into the night only to find the body of an Arapaho man who nobody seems to know.
It doesn't take long for their worlds to collide as they uncover evidence that the dead man and the nuclear waste dump are somehow related. I really enjoyed this book, with Coel creating a winding and convoluted path to the unexpected ending. I love that she creates a story that is complicated, but doesn't feel forced. Some books I've read feel like the author just throws in random things to make the story longer and more "devious. It creates a heartbreaking tension that I hope will some day be resolved.
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May 11, Dr T rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The background of this story is a scenario involved in commercial interests attempting to locate an interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel on the reservation. O'Malley and Holden are of course in a vocal minority on the An interesting entry in a series centered on the Arapaho Wind River Reservation of Wyoming. O'Malley and Holden are of course in a vocal minority on the res opposed to the facility, based on apparently sound technical arguments.
Predictably it turns out that there is money-driven skulduggery afoot, making the technical arguments trivial. That aside, as a character-driven mystery the story holds up well. Jul 03, Mike rated it liked it. This is the 3rd book in the series and the third which I have read.