Was Harvey Castle, Arapaho tribal chairman for the Wind River reservation, stabbed by the hotheaded nephew whose knife was...

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THE EAGLE CATCHER

Was Harvey Castle, Arapaho tribal chairman for the Wind River reservation, stabbed by the hotheaded nephew whose knife was found in his tepee? Even though Anthony Castle's forbidden romance with the niece of would-be Wyoming governor Ned Cooley gives him a perfect motive, neither Father John O'Malley, Jesuit superior of the St. Francis mission, nor city-trained lawyer Vicky (ne‚ Singing Deer) Holden can believe it -- especially when another member of the tribal council is killed in a highway nonaccident, and both the plains and the tribe's rich history are full of such obvious suspects as greedy oilman Jasper Owens and the Cooley family. Hillerman Lite -- a familiar tale told with conviction and love.

Pub Date: May 15, 1995

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: 200

Publisher: Univ. Press of Colorado

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: April 15, 1995