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Murder on the Red Cliff Rez (SIGNED)

Medawar, Mardi Oakley

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ISBN 10: 031220938X / ISBN 13: 9780312209384
Published by St. Martin's, New York, 2002
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Number line complete. Not price clipped. No remainder mark. The author, who describes herself as an "Indian activist," lives on the Red Cliff reservation in northern Wisconsin. An unusual signature. Inscribed & signed with author's full name in blue ballpoint to the title page. (PLEASE NOTE: The word "inscribed" means the author has written words other than her name to this book -- often a salutation to the original buyer or recipient. If you are not familiar with the meaning of the term "inscribed," we strongly recommend a careful examination of the scans -- photos -- which accompany this listing.) 207 pp. Reduced from $60. Bookseller Inventory # 001895

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Title: Murder on the Red Cliff Rez (SIGNED)

Publisher: St. Martin's, New York

Publication Date: 2002

Binding: Hardcover

Illustrator: Jacket Illustration By Philip Pacuzzo

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine

Signed: Inscribed by Author(s)

Edition: 1st Edition

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Karen Charboneau is a respected and, by most standards, successful ceramics artist who is Chippewa and lives on the Red Cliff Reservation in Northern Wisconsin. Born and raised there, she is at least as well regarded on the Rez for her superior woodsman skills and is known to one and all as Tracker. Most of the tracking she does, however, involves tourists who've wandered off the paths and gotten lost - people who want desperately to be found.

But the normally quiet Red Cliff Rez is currently rocked by an ever-widening scandal - the widely disliked tribal attorney Judah Boiseneau has been found murdered in his office. Everyone is sure that the man responsible is his cousin, Benny Pelican. But Benny has disappeared into the reservation - and as someone who knows the land, he won't be easy to find. With the Tribal Chairman leaning on him to resolve the case quickly, the local B.I.A. agent and the Bayfield County Sheriff department breathing down his neck, reservation Police Chief David Lameraux has to turn to the only person he's sure can find the missing suspect - Tracker.

Nothing is as simple as it appears, however, and it's going to take all of the combined skill, knowledge and luck of Lameraux and Tracker if they are to have any chance of resolving this perplexing murder.

About the Author:

Mardi Oakley Medawar is an Indian activist, a consultant for HONOR (Honor Our Neighbors Origins and Rights) as well as being the Red Cliff Representative for TRIAD (Team Response: Indians Against Defamation). She speaks at reservation schools and colleges. She is the author of several novels and lives on the Red Cliff Reservation in Northern Wisconsin.

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