Publication Date: 1996
Book Condition: Very Good In Dustjacket
Edition: 1st Edition.
New York. 1996. Norton. 1st American Edition. Very Good In Dustjacket. 304 pages. April 1996. hardcover. Jacket painting by Peter de la Fuente. Signed by The Author. 0393039226. keywords: Mystery New Mexico. inventory # 28232. FROM THE PUBLISHER - Tularosa - the place of reddish willows in Spanish - holds the key to Kevin Kerney’s past and his future. Ex-chief of detectives in the Santa Fe Police Department, retired early by a shot-up leg, Kerney is drawn back into action when Navajo Indian Terry Yazzi, his ex-partner and the man responsible for his injuries, asks him to locate his son, reported missing from the high-security White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico. To find Sammy Yazzi, Kerney must track clues that lead deep into the histories of the region - Native American, Hispanic, and Anglo - and, surprisingly, into his own family’s ranching past. And he must deal with the complicated feelings triggered by the army’s investigator, Captain Sara Brannon, a fiery young officer as formidable as she is attractive. Bookseller Inventory # 28232
A novel whose nonstop plot, compelling characters, and vivid evocation of the Southwest will set readers' pulses racing and launch a mainstream Western writer for the '90s and beyond.Tularosa--"the place of reddish willows" in Spanish--holds the key to Kevin Kerney's past and his future. Ex-chief of detectives in the Santa Fe Police Department, shoved into early retirement by a shot-up leg, Kerney is fresher in body and mind than he realizes when Navajo Indian Terry Yazzi, his ex-partner and the man responsible for his injuries, asks him to locate his son, reported AWOL from the high-security White Sands Missile Range in southern New Mexico.
About the Author: Michael McGarrity, author of the acclaimed, best-selling crime novels featuring Kevin Kerney, is an ex-psychotherapist and former deputy sheriff. Nominated for both the Anthony and Spur Awards, he lives in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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