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OLD GRAY WOLF
James D. Doss
In James D. Doss's final entry in his wild and witty mystery series, Colorado rancher and tribal investigator Charlie Moon faces his most challenging case—and enemy—to date.
Former police officer, sometime tribal investigator, and current rancher Charlie Moon was enjoying a relaxing vacation day in a nearby town with his friend, Police Chief Scott Parris. They weren't looking for any trouble, and they would have been more than happy to just mind their own business. But then a lady's purse is snatched—and things start to get seriously out of hand…
When the thief, LeRoy Hooten,makes a run for it, Charlie and Parris have no choice but to stop him with the only weapon they have on-hand: a can of black-eyed peas.Hooten dies and his grieving mother—who happens to be a brutal mobster's widow—wastes no time in settling the score.With an assassin (code name: Cowboy) on the way, the FBI close behind, and the ominous visions of his shaman Aunt Daisy influencing his every move, Charlie's going to need all the help he can get to restore law and order on the Ute reservation. And time is running out…
THE UTE ELDER'S WILDERNESS HIDEAWAY
Imagine yourself miles from the nearest human settlement, hiking along a dusty trail. All cares forgotten, you are whiling away a balmy autumn day in a wilderness which...