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This is the first Diana Tregarde story in decades. And in a sense this is the first Diana Tregarde story, period.
It takes place in the early 1970s and it will be hard for anyone younger than thirty to realize what a very different world that was. Computers were the size of buildings. We were still putting men on the moon, but there is more computing power in a common iPhone than there was at all of Cape Kennedy. Watergate was about to happen. Nixon hadn’t yet resigned. U.S. soldiers were still fighting and dying in Vietnam. There was no such thing as
“An occult fantasy/mystery sure to grab the teenage crowd! The teenage characters, love triangles, and action will hook the reader immediately. The plot weaves a magic spell of its own. This is a hard one to put down, and readers will clamor for the rest of the series.”—Booklist on Jinx High
“Private investigator Jennifer Talldeer is bright, good looking, and a shaman--an unbeatable combination when delving into a world of crime, intrigue, and Indian mysticism. In the tradition of Hillerman and Grafton . . . a riveting mystery and a brave and capable sleuth along with mysticism and Indian lore.”—Kliatt on Sacred Ground