James D. Doss
Charlie Moon has been fighting crime—and investigating the truth behind Ute tribal myths—for ages. Now, the seven-foot rancher and part-time P.I. wants to carve out a little more time and space for himself and a very significant other, FBI Special Agent Lila Mae McTeague. Is that so wrong?
No one—himself included—ever believed the time would come for Charlie to get hitched. There’s only one problem: His beloved, belligerent aunt Daisy. She’s an aged Ute shaman whose own investigative talents rely heavily on help from the spirit world. Ever since Charlie broke the news of his engagement to her, Daisy’s been having terrifying visions of a murdered woman. Now it’s up to Charlie, Daisy, and Lila to find out what it all means—until death do they part…
“Outstanding…liberally laced with Native American lore [and] a plot that weaves and twists like a highway in the Rockies.”—Library Journal (starred review)