An Ella Clah NovelElla Clah (Volume 15)
Aimee Thurlo and David Thurlo
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ISBN: 9781429928557384 Pages
As a people, the Navajo seek to walk in beauty and find a balance between modern and traditional culture. As a mother, a daughter, and a member of the Navajo Nation, Ella Clah finds her own way to walk—but as a police officer, she seeks both justice and truth.
When Never-ending-snake begins, Ella is returning from a trip to Washington, DC, where she has been presented with a lucrative offer of employment with a private security firm. The catch? She would have to leave the Reservation. And while Ella has lived off the Rez before, it would be a life-altering experience for her daughter, Dawn.
Before Ella has a chance to even begin making up her mind, gunfire sends her and her companions diving for cover. Who is the target? War hero and alternative fuel lobbyist Adam Lonewolf, politician and tribal attorney Kevin Tolino, or Ella herself? As a Navajo Police Special Investigator, Ella has made more than one enemy.
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As the small single-engine aircraft lifted off the Albuquerque runway—next stop Shiprock—Special Investigator Ella Clah of the Navajo Tribal Police couldn't resist a smile. Even sharing a flight with a genuine Navajo war...
Praise for Never-ending-snake
“Clah is always good company, on and off the reservation.” —The New York Times Book Review
“Exciting…The authors smoothly blend personal and professional concerns, as the Navajo police sort through a tangle of lies and loyalties while respecting the values of traditionalists and adapting to modern intrusions.” —Publishers Weekly on Earthway
“An unusually tense mystery.” —Kirkus Reviews on Earthway
“A complex, fast-paced survival ride. Ella is compelling as a highly skilled officer of the law dealing with modern vs. traditionalist issues on the reservation. Will appeal [to] those who prefer a solid procedural.” —RT Book Reviews on Earthway
“An outstanding series.” —Booklist (starred review)
“[The Thurlos] have established themselves both as mystery writers of repute and chroniclers of the Navajo nation.” —Mystery News
“Terrific. Will appeal to Tony Hillerman fans.” —Library Journal on Mourning Dove