Book Review: “The Wailing Wind” by Tony Hillerman

Promise me not to read the last chapter in this mystery  until you finish the rest of the book.  It’s a good one.  I love Hillerman’s trio of retired Officer Leaphorn,  Lt. Jim Chee and beautiful Officer Berni Maunuelito who wend their way through Navajo cultural parables, taboos and medicine men to solve another murder on the reservation.  Will Lt. Chee finally get off his behind  and propose to the lady who adores him? Will Leaphorn once again cross the line of legality to fiddle the evidence of the old tobacco tin? Will they locate killer Denton’s lost wife before the inevitable happens? When will the FBI get a truly competent Navajo speaker who can unravel the medicine tales of a cultural icon such as Hostiin Peshlakai? Patience my friends, all shall come to those who have patience. Read the book!



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