Like Native American Westerns? Adventure? Dry wit? A 2017 NaNoWriMo winner.Meet Max Storm Shadow, not officially a detective, calls herself a back country problem solver. Her latest job has links to a cold case. One that seems to hit way too close to home.Max is a young Apache rancher and aspiring actress who is a member of the Lost Apaches tribe of the Sierra Madre of Mexico. She lives in border adjacent Southeastern Arizona, has her own mind and takes great pride in her heritage. The Lost Apaches have a culture which encompasses both sides of the border, with all the danger and intrigue that cross border life entails.Not fond of the paperwork which is required to become an official detective; Max calls herself a back county problem solver and does things her way.Her first job is too close to home, but also far flung. With the Mexican border just a few miles away, it’s a land rife with drug smugglers and homeland security. And has ground and aerial surveillance from both.Not exactly the home of the free, but it’s her clan’s traditional home. As it has been for her people during the last four centuries, freedom is still elusive. She’s made her stand on the family’s cattle ranch. And is determined to defend it at all costs.Death’s Treacherous Trail is an adventure filled contemporary Western. A cow country adventure liberally sprinkled with humor, good looking men and sexy women.A great novel for fans of Anne & Tony HiIlerman’s Navajo Mysteries and Craig Johnson’s Longmire series.An action-packed and surprisingly seductive mystery, “Death’s Treacherous Trail” is the first book of the Max Storm Shadow series. A sprawling tapestry enriched by colorful language and enticing multi-ethnic characters.
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