Magpie Speaks by R. Allen Chappell audiobook

Magpie Speaks

By R. Allen Chappell
Read by Kaipo Schwab

Tantor Audio

The Navajo Nation Mysteries: Book 5

4.77 Hours 1
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Dreams tell old man Paul T'Sosi he's dying. So why is Navajo trickster, Magpie, trying to tell him a far more terrifying secret? Hungry for revenge, Ma'iitsoh Dine', the Navajo Wolf, is out for blood. Summoning his darkest powers, the Witch of Ganado circles tribal investigator Charlie Yazzie's young son and close friends. Some may survive the witch's evil vendetta, but others will die to settle an old score. Critics describe R. Allen Chappell's writing as "embedded and close to the ground" with an intuitive knowledge of the Navajo people and their land. Magpie Speaks, the follow-up to the widely acclaimed thriller Mojado, cements Chappell's legacy and puts him in the forefront of modern-day Navajo mystery storytellers.

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Summary

Dreams tell old man Paul T'Sosi he's dying. So why is Navajo trickster, Magpie, trying to tell him a far more terrifying secret? Hungry for revenge, Ma'iitsoh Dine', the Navajo Wolf, is out for blood. Summoning his darkest powers, the Witch of Ganado circles tribal investigator Charlie Yazzie's young son and close friends. Some may survive the witch's evil vendetta, but others will die to settle an old score.

Critics describe R. Allen Chappell's writing as "embedded and close to the ground" with an intuitive knowledge of the Navajo people and their land. Magpie Speaks, the follow-up to the widely acclaimed thriller Mojado, cements Chappell's legacy and puts him in the forefront of modern-day Navajo mystery storytellers.

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Author Bio: R. Allen Chappell

Author Bio: R. Allen Chappell

R. Allen Chappell’s work has appeared in magazines, literary and poetry publications, and has been featured on public radio and television. His short story collection, Fat Of The Land, was published in 2013, followed by the widely acclaimed Navajo Nation Mystery series. The series continues, with audio editions now available, and new stories in progress.

The author is at home in Colorado where he pursues a lifelong interest in the prehistory of the southwest. Much of the inspiration for his work comes from a life lived at the edge of the great reservation.

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Available Formats : CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 4.77
Audience: Adult
Language: English