Never Name the Dead
by D. M. Rowell
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Pub Date 08 Nov 2022 | Archive Date 13 Sep 2022
No one called her Mud in Silicon Valley. There, she was Mae, a high-powered professional who had left her Kiowa roots behind a decade ago. But a cryptic voice message from her grandfather, James Sawpole, telling her to come home sounds so wrong that she catches the next plane to Oklahoma. She never expected to be plunged into a web of theft, betrayal, and murder.
Mud discovers a tribe in disarray. Fracking is damaging their ancestral lands, Kiowa families are being forced to sell off their artifacts, and frackers have threatened to kill her grandfather over his water rights. When Mud and her cousin Denny discover her grandfather missing, accused of stealing the valuable Jefferson Peace medal from the tribe museum—and stumble across a body in his work room—Mud has no choice but to search for answers.
Mud sets out into the Wildlife Refuge, determined to clear her grandfather's name and identify the killer. But Mud has no idea that she's about to embark on a vision quest that will involve deceit, greed, and a charging buffalo—or that a murderer is on her trail.
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Rowell effortlessly creating an exciting thrill ride of twists, turns, suspense, and tension.
The writing is smooth and clear.
This is a well written, mystery/thriller, that kept my attention from the first chapter to the last.
Just when you think you've figured something out, you're sent for another loop.
I've never read a storyline like this before and it was amazing.
I have to say that the book worked really, really well for me as I enjoyed everything.
Crooked Lane Books,
Thank you for this eARC!
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