The Pumpkin Seed Massacre

The Pumpkin Seed Massacre

Book - 1999
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People are dying in the Tewa Indian village, but it isn't until Ben Pecos accepts the job as counselor for the pueblo that anyone seriously questions the cause. Ben, half Tewa and half Anglo, was adopted at the age of five and lived most of his life away from the pueblo. After attending Stanford, he has returned to spend time with his grandmother and work among his people. Little does he dream that in coming back to New Mexico, he will also be thrown into the midst of land fraud schemes and a mysterious killer illness.Evoking vivid images of present-day life in New Mexico's pueblos, Slater's first novel introduces Ben Pecos and investigative reporter Julie Conlin, who will become the important woman in his life.
Publisher: [Angel Fire, NM] : Intrigue Press, c1999
ISBN: 9781890768171
Call Number: M SLater S
Characteristics: 234 p. ; 24 cm


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