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The First Eagle

by Tony Hillerman

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The First Eagle by Tony Hillerman
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    Jan 1999, 360 pages
    Jul 1999, 319 pages

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It is a good book to read.

Lonna Schmidt
Again, Tony Hillerman has written an intriguing novel about the Navaho people and those wonderful police officers Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn. Though one of his shorter novels, the plot quickly takes shape and you are left guessing "whodunit". Though I have to admit, I did guess before the end! This book has a scary premise and will leave you wondering if it really will happen! I recommend it heartily!
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