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- Arapaho Indians -- Fiction.
- Holden, Vicky (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- O'Malley, John (Fictitious character) -- Fiction.
- Wind River Indian Reservation (Wyo.) -- Fiction.
- Women lawyers -- Fiction.
- 9780425280331 (paperback)
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market edition.
Description: 292 pages ; 18 cm
LCCN: 2016011310Link to PAC
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Both the Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee Mysteries and the John O'Malley and Vicky Holden Mysteries incorporate a Native American background and worldview. They feature different tribes and locales, but the interplay of tradition and modernization is similar. -- Rebecca Sigmon
The Sister Conchita and John O'Malley series feature teams of sleuths--one religious and the other part of law enforcement. Both series use native culture -- in America and the Solomon Islands -- which gives them a strong sense of place. -- Merle Jacob
Men of the cloth star in these suspenseful murder mysteries set in Chicago (Ryan mysteries) and Wyoming (O'Malley mysteries). Both series are fast-paced, character-driven, and compelling. The O'Malley mysteries also feature a female Native American attorney. -- Mike Nilsson
People who enjoy reading about the relationships between historical discoveries and present-day events should try the John O'Malley and Vicky Holden Mysteries and the Anasazi Mysteries. In each, a present-day protagonist solves crimes that often have ties to historical Native American crimes and mysteries. -- Rebecca Sigmon
Both of these amateur detective series use a Catholic priest and an attorney friend as their sleuths who must use their religious and legal knowledge to solve crimes in their small towns. The complex stories feature very likeable characters. -- Merle Jacob
These series are Suspenseful, and they share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subject 'Amateur detectives'.
These series share: the genre 'Mysteries' and the subject 'Amateur detectives'.
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