The Tree People

The Tree People

Unknown - 1995
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Publisher: New York : Forge, 1995.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780312856335
Branch Call Number: MYSTERY STOKES N
Characteristics: 413 pages : map ; 25 cm.


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PARANORMAL, 1st in series. "Referring to her people's ancient lore and rituals in order to track down a vicious killer, Jordan Tidewater, the first female sheriff of the Salish Reservation, finds a clue in an ancient, cut-down cedar tree." ~NoveList

Highly recommended and author writes from a place of personal experience; she's also written nonfiction. Strong sense of place and environmental justice perspective. Native American culture on the Olympic Peninsula, including shamanism, curses and fairly neutral views about logging. “Referring to... Read More »

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The Globe Trotter & The Tree Hugger

Stokes includes enough visual imagery to let you feel like you're watching the novel unfold like a movie. This great stand-alone mystery will appeal to anyone who enjoys a little magical realism with Mother Nature front and center.

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