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Beginning with the tribes' devastating loss of land and the forced assimilation of their children at government-run boarding schools, he shows how the period of greatest adversity also helped to incubate a unifying Native identity. He traces how...
Arthur Ellis Award-winning author Grand Master Award of Crime Writers of Canada (2018) The "queen of Canadian crime fiction" (Winnipeg Free Press) returns with a new installment in the Joanne Kilbourn series that is perfect for readers of Louise...
"The story becomes interesting in the last 100 pages when the author reveals the murderers and their motives. Up to that point the story is a bit of a bore as the author's main character attempts to follow clues as to why articles that belonged to ..."
When the target of an extradition case in Arizona is gunned down, detective Abe Lieberman pursues the killer's identity, while priest Bill Hanrahan struggles with a racist and sexist colleague who thwarts a rape investigation.