White Thunder

White Thunder FBI area supervisor Simmons asks the Navajo Tribal Police to help locate Andrew Thomas a federal agent who disappeared after interrupting a Navajo ritual being performed by a group of medicine men or

  • Title: White Thunder
  • Author: Aimée Thurlo David Thurlo
  • ISBN: 9780765311740
  • Page: 369
  • Format: Hardcover
  • FBI area supervisor Simmons asks the Navajo Tribal Police to help locate Andrew Thomas, a federal agent who disappeared after interrupting a Navajo ritual being performed by a group of medicine men or hataaliis.

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      Published :2018-05-20T18:38:30+00:00

    1 thought on “White Thunder”

    1. I am really enjoying this series of books. Although there is much less of the Navaho mysticism that occured in the first books, they are just good solid police detective novels in a location that I have fond memories of, the southwest.

    2. In rereading this book in the series, I am again marveling at the Thurlos' complex plotting and incorporation of the Navajo beliefs and modern police work that result in a gripping and complex story. This is a really gripping and satisfying tale of good triumphing over evil.

    3. I love Ella Clah, altho' it wouldn't be bad for her to get a love interest that lasted at some point--she is a great Native American and the mysteries are very good

    4. Another great entry in this seriesI gave this book five stars because it was suspenseful and a great read. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good mystery.

    5. This is one of the slimmer volumes in the Ella Clah series by Aimee Thurlo. It was also very well written and keeps your interest well. White Thunder contains less background on the detective's friends and family than tome of the earlier books. The book has a series of interesting plot twists and is well worth the read.

    6. Tribal Police Investigator Ella Clah is called on to help find a young Feebie (FBI Agent) who disappeared after interrupting a sacred medical "sing". The twists and turns of the plot were well done and the interpersonal reactions were also good. The main issue which causes intertribal contention deals with the tribal "Medicine Men" and the Christian ministers, the latter of whom believe the tribal medicine to be evil. Overall well done, but the companionship outside the police ranks could have b [...]

    7. This series is changing as it evolves, since there are two authors it makes me wonder if they have altered who does what. This was an easier read and not so long either--and the action seemed to be less alarming and spaced more throughout the story. Also Ella's personal relationships are less awkward.

    8. enjoyable - tony hillerman-type mystery with female native american detective operating on a reservation, good blend of the "old ways" and modern ways among residents

    9. Ella Clah is recruited to help find a missing FBI agent who had interrupted a tribal sing just before disappearing. Of course there is much more to the story! Similar to Hillerman.

    10. Good Ella Clah mystery as she must help find a missing FBI agent who interfered with tribal customs. Recommended to all mystery fans and especially to those who love Indian police mysteries.

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