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Vibrant with the spirit of the Navajo people of the Southwest, Hillerman's new story is a spellbinder, like his Edgar Winner Dance Hall of the Dead and other praised novels. Joe Leaphorn and Jim Chee of the tribal police work together here, trying to solve crimes that resist logic. There are no clues to three homicides or to the attempted murder of Chee. Leaphorn thinks a "skinwalker," or witch, could have attacked the victims, all adherents of shamanism, as they are otherwise unrelated. The skinwalkers represent a schism between witchcraft and the traditional Navajo Way. A second attempt on Chee bolsters Leaphorn's suspicion since Chee is an aspiring shaman. The story gathers momentum and tension as the partners get closer to the moment when the murderer comes into the open, and the tragic reason for the crimes becomes painfully clear. 30,000 first printing; BOMC alternate; author tour.
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“Superb and pure pleasure to read.” (Washington Post Book World)
“Hillerman is unique, and Skinwalkers is one of his best works yet.” (Los Angeles Times)
“Choice reading for plot, characters, and superb setting—don’t miss Skinwalkers.” (Chicago Tribune) --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
Skinwalkers are witches in the Navaho legends and can fly or turn themselves into a dog or wolf. This mystery involves the conflict between Skinwalkers and shamen and belegana... Read morePublished on Oct. 22 2013 by B. Chandler
Hillerman a bestselling author of fictional mysteries about the Navajo's and there ways, brings together another mysterious tale of ritual and witchcraft. Read morePublished on May 27 2004 by AdrianMorris
I found Chee's interest in training to be a shaman fascinating. He is the one with the people skills which is what makes people at the Tribal Police and the Navajos like and trust... Read morePublished on Nov. 24 2003 by beth smith
Were I able to give this book more than 5 stars, I would do so. It is probably Hillerman's masterpiece. Read morePublished on May 3 2003 by A reader
I am reading this book for the second time, after having read all the others in order and enjoying every one of them. Read morePublished on Jan. 17 2003 by Thelma C. Johnson
An unknown person tries to kill Navajo policemen Jim Chee and three apparently unrelated murders on the Navajo reservation puzzle Lt. Joe Leaphorn. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2003 by Smallchief
This Tony Hillerman novel is one of his finest, and the first pairing of young Navajo Tribal Police Officer Jim Chee and the legendary Lt. Joe Leaphorn. Read morePublished on Sept. 1 2002
Reading the Hillerman Navajo mystery series is a joy, and this addition to the series is wonderful! If you have been reading the series, this book will intrigue you and allow you... Read morePublished on July 28 2002 by ROBERT KINGSLEY