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"....provides much insight into the characters so that readers feel they have previously met them. At the same time, the intriguing who-done-it provides many viable suspects with motives, means, and opportunities that surface as the book progresses. The addition of attaining understanding and knowledge about life on the Yanduchi Reservation adds depth to an entertaining tale. Fans of Native American mysteries will take much pleasure from Deadly Omen and want similar stories from Ms. Meredith." -- Harriet Klausner, Reviewer for Midwest Book Review
Marilyn Meredith has written professionally for more than twenty years. She teaches a weekly writing class and is an instructor for Writer's Digest. She is a member of Sisters In Crime, Mystery Writers of America, Novelists, Inc., California Writers Club, and EPIC, the organization for writers published on the internet. She lives with her husband in a foothill community in the Sierra, much like the town of Bear Creek where Tempe Crabtree is the resident deputy.