[Reading] ➾ The Dream Stalker (Wind River Reservation, #3) Author Margaret Coel – Ladybooks.us

The Dream Stalker (Wind River Reservation, #3) A White Jesuit Priest And An Indian Woman Lawyer Hunt For A Murderer While Keeping Mutual Attraction At Bay The Setting Is A Wyoming Reservation Mired In Controversy Over The Sale Of Land For Nuclear Waste.

[Reading] ➾ The Dream Stalker (Wind River Reservation, #3)  Author Margaret Coel – Ladybooks.us
  • Paperback
  • 244 pages
  • The Dream Stalker (Wind River Reservation, #3)
  • Margaret Coel
  • English
  • 26 September 2018
  • 0425165337

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➾ The Dream Stalker (Wind River Reservation, #3) Author Margaret Coel – Ladybooks.us


  1. says:

    I have mixed feelings about this series which features Vicky Holden, a Native American lawyer and Father John O Malley, an Irish American Catholic priest at a mission on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming The stories are interesting, but right from the beginning of the series you sort of knew there was going to be this massive sexual tension going on between the two main characters For that reason because I really, REALLY hate romance trying to disguise itself as mystery, or some other gen I have mixed feelings about this series which features Vicky Holden, a Native American lawyer and Father John O...


  2. says:

    Fast read I especially enjoyed the part with Vicky s great grandfather He is helping her anchor her defense in her culture and dedicate her actions to helping her people It is a reminder of the Arapahoe attentive and grateful blessings directed to land and sky and our responsibiliti...


  3. says:

    Read for Maze mystery book group 3 7 17 I m very impressed with the use of setting in this series The respect given to the Arapaho nation and its customs is commendable and I think the author reflects these well This mystery here is a bit weak and almost overwhelmed by the other events of concern to the characters Some of the writing shows signs of this being a newish author in 1997 I m not sure what to make of Fr John and Vicky In some respects, I d just like to know the outcome of th Read for Maze mystery book group 3 7 17 I m very impressed with the use of setting in this series The respect given to the Arapaho nation and its customs is commendable and I think the author reflects these well This mystery here is a bit weak and almost overwhelmed...


  4. says:

    I enjoy Margaret Coel and the settings she uses for her Father John O Malley series I had a bit of trouble with this because of the relationship between Father John and Vicky Holden I know it was meant to make people uncomfortable because the main players were uncomfortable but having been raised Catholic it probably bothered methan someone who was not brought up in that culture.The plot was fairly simple, Father John is called out one night to a remote well, everything is pretty remote I enjoy Margaret Coel and the settings she uses for her Father John O Malley series I had a bit of trouble with this because of the relationship between Father Joh...


  5. says:

    Recently finished listening to this, the third in the series This series takes place on the Wind River Arapaho Reservation Here they want to put in a nuclear waste dump on the Reservation It appears there is one lone voice talking against it, Vicki Holden, Arapaho lawyer The people for keep saying that they are talking facts and she is just trying to rouse the white protestors So this opens the door for corruption It is difficult here to tell which is the back story and which is the fron Recently finished listening to this, the third in the series This series takes place on the Wind River Arapaho Reservation Here they want to put in a nuclear waste dump on the Reservation It appears there is one lone voice talking against it, Vicki Holden, Arapaho lawyer The people for keep saying that they are talking facts and she is just trying to rouse the white protestors So this opens the door for corruption It is difficult here to tell which is the back story and which is the front story Because while there is much ado about the proposed dump which would provide a number of jobs and a lot of money to a couple of people, there is also a story ...


  6. says:

    Another good one by Margaret Coel In this book, the attraction between Father O Malley and lawyer Vicky Holden isexplicitly described yet the reader knows, nothing is ever going to develop it s a tease by the writer Lots of action in this o...


  7. says:

    So far I ve enjoyed this series Though it s formulaic it has been relatively well done and remains fairly interesting.However the behaviour of the lady lawyer is beginning to grate a lot so hope she straightens out in the next book or two.


  8. says:

    Father John O Malley gets a call in the night from a voice he doesn t recognize A man s dying wish to clear his conscious, but when John gets there the old man is dead No one seems to know who the old man is, but with protestors running around Wind River reservation saying the Arapaho don t want a nuclear waste ...


  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I would have been disappointed if Father John and Vicky had connected because of in the moment feelings on Father John s part In the past, he turned his back on love and family to follow a greater calling To suddenly throw that away, to foll...


  10. says:

    Another excellent whodunit from Coel The characters are already well known to me, but I wish I had read this book earlier The perpetrator is someone unexpected Murder on the reservation does not pay I recommend this to anyone who likes whodunits The setting just adds to the genre.

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