By Tony Hillerman
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When a harmless old man is slaughtered, the blind shaman known as Listenin Woman talks of witches and supernatural evil. Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn believes it to be something a lot more human, however. The solution to this case lies in the secrets of the distant past, and before long Leaphorn wonders whether or not it was a good idea to ignore the seer with such ease. This is reinforced all the more as he enters into what will be the most violent confrontation of his career with the Tribal Police.
This novel also contains an excerpt from Tony Hillerman's autobiography, Seldom Disappointed.
Paperback, 337 pages