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The Shamans Bones (Charlie Moon, #3) A Women Of The Tohono O Otam Tribe Has Been Savagely And Ritually Murdered In Wyoming, Outside The Jurisdictions Of Granite Creek, Colorado, Police Chief Scott Parris And Ute Tribal Policeman Charlie Moon But A Brutal, Unprovoked Assault By The Suspected Killer On One Of Parris S Detectives And The Dark, Unsettling Visions Of Charlie S Shaman Aunt, Daisy Perika Are Pulling Two Dedicated Lawmen And An Aging Native American Mystic Into The Hunt.Daisy S Dreams Of Raining Blood Tell Her That Will Die Despite The Healthy Skepticism Of His Good Friend Moon, Parris Is Inclined To Heed The Shaman S Dire Warnings But The Trail Of A Murderer Is Leading Them All To Perilous And Unexpected Places, Where Secrets Of Past Betrayals And Treacherous Tribal Politics Are Buried, And Where The Pursuit Of A Stolen Power Has Turned Some Men Greedy And Hungry.and Deadly.

  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • The Shamans Bones (Charlie Moon, #3)
  • James D. Doss
  • English
  • 24 February 2019
  • 0380790297

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10 thoughts on “The Shamans Bones (Charlie Moon, #3)

  1. says:

    If you enjoyed this book, fabulous Great Please don t read this review I m very forgetful, and if someone suggests this book to me in a year, I d probably take a look at it because I m a sucker for the southwest and a skeletal image So I m going to be very explicit.Dear Carol Don t read this I m not kidding You hated this book It s the kind of writing that will result in shouting, and the poor library book doesn t deserve to be thrown across the room The narrative is tailor made to make If you enjoyed this book, fabulous Great Please don t read this review I m very forgetful, and if someone suggests this book to me in a year, I d probably take a look at it because I m a sucker for the southwest and a skeletal image So I m going to be very explicit.Dear Carol Don t read this I m not kidding You hated this book It s the kind of writing that will result in shouting, and the poor library book doesn t deserve to be thrown across the room The narrative is tailor made to make you crazy Doss loves the third person limited perspective, and will change perspectives multiple times in a chapter I know you think I m exaggerating, but it s true Let me illustrate The first chapter has a weird poetic dream state description of the land, the dream of a shaman, then the perspective of a white detective, Parris The ...

  2. says:

    I m stopping this author after this book the mystical aspects are too hokey and the story got confoluted.

  3. says:

    I like Tony Hillerman s Navajo mysteries, and I love the red rock country of Southern Utah, so James Doss was a logical next author to read, and The Shaman s Bones was a good place to start.The Denver Post says Hillerman s fans will find a new home here It s probably right Doss s characters seemactively mystical than Hillerman s, with dreams revealing hidden locations and spirit guides speaking in riddles But there s a beautifully solid grounding in humor and everyday reality Some deli I like Tony Hillerman s Navajo mysteries, and I love the red rock country of Southern Utah, so James Doss was a logical next author to read, and The Shaman s Bones was a good place to start.The Denver Post says Hillerman s fans will find a new home here It s probably right Doss s characters seemactively mystical than Hillerman s, with dreams revealing hidden locations and spirit guides speaking in riddles But there s a beautifully solid grounding in humor and everyday reality Some delightfully convoluted conversations reward the reader with laugh out loud insights, even as chapters end with dark foreboding and foreshadowing The characters bring and reveal their own different strengths and weaknesses, learningabout each other as the tale ...

  4. says:

    I thought this one was a shade darker than the later Doss books I ve read, but there was still the usual humor I ve noticed he does a lot of stylistic experiments throughout the series that aren t always appealing For example, this one has some really blunt foreshadowing as in he shouldn t have done that, and that sort of thing For an early novel in the series, that s understandable, but it s tough because you already know what s certain to happen in a little while and I prefer a lots I thought this one was a shade darker than the later Doss books I ve read, but there was still the usual humor I ve noticed he does a lot of stylistic experiments throughout the series that aren t always appealing For example, this one has some really blunt foreshadowing as in he shouldn t have done that, and that sort of thing For an early novel in...

  5. says:

    This was an appealing Southwest mystery Daisy Perika, aunt of Charlie Moon.a Ute policeman, has visions of brutal murders In her dream, it was raining bloodwhich meansthan one murder Charlie Moon and his friend in law enforcement, Scott Parris, end up taking several trips between southwest Colorado and Wyoming to solve this case Some of the characters in this book are intriguing and myserious The plot even involves events that took place many years ago 1938 Myst...

  6. says:

    This series will help to fill the void left by the death of Tony Hillerman, one of favorite all time authors This series takes place on the Ute reservation in southwest Colorado Charlie Moon, the main character is a Ute tribal policeman In this book he travels to wyoming as he works on a case involving murder and a stolen Indian relic As Mr Hillerman did so well, James Doss developes his story while imparting a lot of information about the tribal culture, and with great descriptions of the s This series will help to fill the void left by the death of Tony Hillerman, one of favorite all time authors This series takes place on the Ute reservation in southwest Colorado Charlie Moon, the main character is a Ute tribal policeman In t...

  7. says:

    This book concerns a mysterious death which is solved by a combination of reality based police work and mystical revelation The characters are well developed and very interesting The story takes place on 2 different American Indian...

  8. says:

    These are set in a fictional small town in Colorado, like Grand Junction The main character is a widowed former Chicago cop, but he is paired up with a Ute tribal policeman he is also chief of police in this city has some kind of ESPish ability Good stories that bring in a...

  9. says:

    James Doss has crafted another intriguing book in his Charlie Moon series The Shaman s Bones is full of humour and suspense and yes, dark and horrible things as well but handled well The characters are wonderful, especially our three main ones,...

  10. says:

    I enjoyed the characters, and their world and hope I get the chance to read the story again and or to readwithin the series.My Rating System couldn t finish, wouldn t recommend, would recommend, would read again, have read again.

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