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FREE PDF ⚇ The Ghostway (Leaphorn & Chee, #6) ☦ Old Joseph Joe Sees It All Two Strangers Spill Blood At The Shiprock Wash O Mat One Dies The Other Drives Off Into The Dry Lands Of The Big Reservation, But Not Before He Shows The Old Navajo A Photo Of The Man He Seeks.This Is All Tribal Policeman Jim Chee Needs To Set Him Off On An Odyssey That Moves From A Trapped Ghost In An Indian Hogan To The Seedy Underbelly Of L.A To An Ancient Healing Ceremony Where Death Is The Cure, And Into The Dark Heart Of Murder And Revenge.


10 thoughts on “The Ghostway (Leaphorn & Chee, #6)

  1. Carmen Carmen says:

    Chee strolled along the fence, looking at the five who lined the porch This was a side of white culture he d never seen before He d read about it, but it had seemed too unreal to make an impression this business of penning up the old The fence was about 6 feet high, with the topmost foot tilted inward Hard for an old woman to climb that, Chee thought Impossible if she was tied in a wheelchair Los Angeles seemed safe from these particular old people.Another fun, quick read from Hillerman Chee strolled along the fence, looking at the five who lined the porch This was a side of white culture he d never seen before He d read about it, but it had seemed too unreal to make an impression this business of penning up the old The fence was about 6 feet high, with the topmost foot tilted inward Hard for an old woman to climb that, Chee thought Impo...


  2. Morris Graham Morris Graham says:

    Hosteen elder Joeseph Tso is finishing his laundry at a landramat in Shiprock, when a stranger asks him to look at a picture of a man and wants to know if he s seen him He hasn t Another car drives up, and the man asking the question guns the second man down SGT Jim Chee follows the trail of the first car to the hogan of Ashie Begay, and finds the man presumed to be Leroy Gorman, buried, almost in Navajo tradition, but not quite His training as a Navajo holy man spots the errors in the bur Hosteen elder Joeseph Tso is finishing his laundry at a landramat in Shiprock, when a stranger asks him to look at a picture of a man and wants to know if he s seen him He hasn t Another car drives up, and the man asking the question guns the second man down SGT Jim Chee follows the trail of the first car to the hogan of Ashie Begay, and finds the man p...


  3. Judy Judy says:

    This book, published in 1984, takes readers into Navajo country where Hosteen Joseph Joe, an elderly Navajo man, sees Albert Gorman, a Navajo who lives in Los Angeles, shoot a man in the Wash O Mat and then drive away although he also was seriously wounded Jim Chee, an officer with the Navajo Tribal Police, is asked by the FBI to help find Gorman Before this case is solved Jim Chee will travel to Los Angeles and, as usual, find himself torn between the traditional culture of the Navajo people This book, published in 1984, takes readers into Navajo country where Hosteen Joseph Joe, an elderly Navajo man, sees Albert Gorman, a Navajo who lives in Los Angeles, shoot a man in the Wash O Mat and then drive away although he also was seriously wounded Jim Chee, an officer with the Navajo Tribal Police, is asked by the FBI to help find Gorman Bef...


  4. Joan Joan says:

    I wasn t all that thrilled with certain parts I didn t like the way animals were treated in this one I guess the mystery made sense I am not sure I followed all the logic in his final conclusions I also question that a teen could act so decisively and successfully, against a seasoned killer, although I do see how easy it would ...


  5. Bill Donhiser Bill Donhiser says:

    Another fine novel by Tony Hillerman I just enjoy his descriptions of the four corners area This time Chee is investigating the murder s of Navajo s who were relocated from the reservation to Los Angeles and retu...


  6. Heath Lowrance Heath Lowrance says:

    I m really glad I gave Hillerman another shot, because I really enjoyed this one The mystery was solid, just complex enough to keep the brain synapses crackling but not so much that the thread was lost Lots of good Navajo lore, weaved into the story in a really tight way Starts with an altercation in the parking lot of a laundromat in Shiprock that leaves one man dead and another woun...


  7. Patty Patty says:

    I am slowly working my way through Hillerman s books The Ghostway has Jim Chee looking to find out who killed Albert Gorman, what happened to his brother, and dealing with a runaway girl from a private school Somehow they all seemed tied together but Chee is struggling with how, or why.I wasn t all that sure about Chee when he was first introduced, mostly because he was so conflicted about his place in the universe should he stay on the Navajo reservation or should he take a job in ...


  8. Kilian Metcalf Kilian Metcalf says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Tony Hillerman delivers another gem of a mystery Jim Chee struggles with the pull of his tradition set against the love of a woman who is n...


  9. Douglas Douglas says:

    Gripping, plus you receive a lesson on Navajo Indian culture Tony Hillerman has a brilliant a way of incorporating very ordinary things into a suspenseful story it makes you think any of the characters might be you


  10. Michael Norwitz Michael Norwitz says:

    Another Hillerman novel starring the police detective Jim Chee I enjoyed itthan the earlier one, with itsconvoluted mystery although I wonder about how credible the final twist is and its details about Navajo culture Chee faces something of a career and cultural crisis in this episode as well The only lacking element is a portrayal of the least engaging romantic relationsh...