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Bone Game: A Novel (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series)


Bone Game: A Novel (American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series) by Brand: University of Oklahoma Press at Jen Blood. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. Bone Game is a murder mystery on a grand scale. Cole McCurtain, a mixed-blood Indian professor of Indian Studies at Santa Cruz, California, is


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Bone Game is a murder mystery on a grand scale. Cole McCurtain, a mixed-blood Indian professor of Indian Studies at Santa Cruz, California, is haunted by dreams dating back to events of Spanish California. Images of a Spanish priest murdered in 1812, a rearing grizzly bear, and a black-and-white painted Indian who offers bones in his extended hands come at a time when dismembered pieces of a young woman are washing ashore in 1993. The dreams become increasingly urgent as the murders become more frequent, and Cole’s family and friends gather to help-including Choctaw relatives who travel west from Mississippi because "this story’s so big, Cole sees only a little bit of it."

 

 

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Manufacturer:University of Oklahoma Press
Brand:Brand: University of Oklahoma Press
Publisher:University of Oklahoma Press
Studio:University of Oklahoma Press
EAN:9780806126647
Item Weight:1.01 pounds
Item Size:1.03 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Package Weight:1.01 pounds
Package Size:5.73 x 1.03 x 1.03 inches

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