mojado: A Navajo Nation Mystery

mojado: A Navajo Nation Mystery R. Allen Chappell
  • Title: mojado: A Navajo Nation Mystery
  • Author: R. Allen Chappell
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  • mojado: A Navajo Nation Mystery R. Allen Chappell mojado A Navajo Nation Mystery Mojado is an intense and gripping southwestern murder mystery like none you ve ever read before Breaking new ground in the mystery genre Chappell artfully weaves both Navajo and western culture aroun
    Mojado is an intense and gripping southwestern murder mystery like none you ve ever read before Breaking new ground in the mystery genre, Chappell artfully weaves both Navajo and western culture around the story of one of Mexico s most ruthless killers loose on the Navajo Reservation Charlie, Thomas and Harley Ponyboy, know how to track prey but can they catch a killerMojado is an intense and gripping southwestern murder mystery like none you ve ever read before Breaking new ground in the mystery genre, Chappell artfully weaves both Navajo and western culture around the story of one of Mexico s most ruthless killers loose on the Navajo Reservation Charlie, Thomas and Harley Ponyboy, know how to track prey but can they catch a killer before he catches them Readers will celebrate the dawn of a new author who raises suspense, story telling and the heart of Native American culture to new levels We dare you to put it down before its spine chilling end Mujado is part four of Chappell s one of a kind Navajo Nation Mystery series.
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    1. I am enjoying this series about the Navajo Nation Mystery I appreciate Chappell s skill as a story teller This story is a bit different from the prior stories in the series The story is primarily about Charlie Yazzie, Thomas Begay and Harley Ponyboy These three have been friends since children Chappell discusses the difficulties Begay and Ponyboy have in maintaining sobriety, and uses this to review the alcohol problem among the Navajo.In this story we get to see the magnificent skill of Harley [...]

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    2. Most places you would be hard pressed to find anyone willing to hunt down a ruthless serial killer but the Navajo Reservation is not most places Skirting the Feds who have no sense of the man they are after or the place he s chosen to hide, Charlie, Thomas and Harley Ponyboy know only they can stop the killing and maybe the killer himselfif he doesn t kill them first This is book four in a fast paced, well developed Navajo Nation Western mystery series I ve read them all but Mojado certainly sta [...]

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    3. Takes you on a ride down red dirt roadsChappell has the Navajo people, customs and area down This was my favorite of his stories, taking the reader up red stone canyons and down deep rutted roads Love the characters, settings and the story he weaves I recommend this book to any fans of Western s or Southwest books You won t be disappointed.A special thanks to the author for supplying this review copy of this book.

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    4. This continuation of the series does not disappoint I finished the book I finished this book in 2 days, only leaving it when forced Fascinating study of Navajo evolving culture and criminal adventure of the 3 major protagonist.

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    5. Not Tony Hillerman, but no one is However, the story is a real grabber and I couldn t put the book down It s an edge of your chair read and I highly recommend it.

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    6. Mojado A Navajo Nation Mystery by R Allen Chappell is the fourth installment of a highly interesting and well written Navajo mystery series There is no doubt that Tony Hillerman is arguably the best storyteller of the Navajo and America s Southwest, and if you like Hillerman, you will really enjoy Chappell s writings as well Chappell s ability to create local color and to create character lends authenticity to his work Chappell says that he grew up with the Navajo, went to school with them, and [...]

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    7. His best yetI have always enjoyed contemporary native American mysteries but hadn t read many since tony Silverman died quite decade ago About a year back maddox me aware of r allow n Chappell and I have since read all the books in his Navajo mystery series I thoroughly enjoyed d them and feel each one has been better than the last If you enjoy this type of thing I wouldn t hesitate giving this a quick read If you have the time I would start from the first book and go from there Like most seria [...]

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    8. Continuing the storyThis is the fourth of a five story collection about the Navajo Nation fiction It continues to developers the well written characters and to incorporate historical, geographical and other interesting facts about the location and traditions of the four corners region of the U.S Having just returned from our annual trek to the desert southwest it has been delightful to find this series with such fresh memories of our own adventures.

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    9. Gripping story of evil crossing the border and being dealt with by our brave friends of the Fine Fast paced and perfect sequelGripping story of evil crossing the border and being dealt with by our brave friends of the Dine Fast paced and perfect sequel a great complement to the previous stories.

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    10. An enjoyable read A bit different than the previous books in the series I still enjoyed it.I think it would probably be helpful to have read at least one of the previous books for character understanding I do enjoy the culture information that is scattered through the books And the locations, since I grew up in that area.

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    11. This is the fourth book by Chappell They are all self published and would have been improved with a good editor That said you can definitely see improvement in Chappell s writing Quick and entertaining reading especially if you are a fan of the Four Corners area Major complaint is that all four of the books use the same to device to quickly resolve the story at the end.

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    12. Enjoyable readingI accidentally came across this author as a short story in a magazine Since have read several of his books, all are without the super heroes which many ruin their stories That s a plus.

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    13. History For an Arizona native, it was a trip home A great way to learn some Navajo history and to learn the language I recommend that you read all four or five books in this series I could not put down until all of them were finished.

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    14. ExcellentCaptures reservation life among the Navajo This is a well written novel with believable characters, to include the Mojado who is portrayed both as human and deadly evil.

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    15. It was fun visiting with the characters that seem like good friends I enjoyed this book very much and am looking forward to the next adventure.

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    16. MajadoThis was a cliff hanger at the last I enjoyed the book and have read all of Mr Chappell s books I am now wondering what is coming in the next one.

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    17. steeped in Navajo traditions reminiscent of Tony hillerman and that s high praise indeed.

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    18. This is my favorite of his first four books, I am anxiously awaiting the fifth

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    19. The grizzliest in the series so far but still a page turner.

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    20. Gripping thrillerMr Chappell says he thinks this book is his best work I agree wholeheartedly The story rockets along with surprise twists and turns, never quite slowing enough to relieve the tension The body of information on Navajo beliefs and culture flesh out the characters and leave readers a complete understanding of who these hardy people are and how they have survived centuries of hardship and injustice.

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    21. After finishing all of the Longmire series to date, I was looking for another series set in the West This series fits the bill I love the characters, but I wish that Shorty hadn t been killed It made me cry.

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    22. Another entertaining tale o Charlie, Harley and ThomasMr Chapelle has written another story of fine tension His skill in painting pictures of modern Navaho and Piute lands and characters brings the Navajo Nations alive.

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    23. Great ReadThis book is a great read for anyone young ,old and male or woman It s been awhile since I read a novel with such Indian history I believe my next one will be just that.

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    24. A good book in the series with Navajo police on reservation of New Mexico and Ariz Three previous books have been good also.

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    25. I ve read and enjoyed the first 3 To me, this one had an excess of killing that suggested a bit of a lazy writing way of maintaining suspense However I still plan to read book 5.

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    26. OK needs to be fleshed out a little.

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    27. Very good readGood character development Absorbing plots Leaves you desiring reading with interest in to read about these people and their lives.

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    28. Very suspenseful I became invested in the well fleshed out characters.

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    29. Best of the series so farAn excellent story The characters keep improving , so does Chappell Thanks for his guidance into a strange culture.

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    30. Good for Hillerman fans.Enjoyed this book immensely I ve missed Leaphorn and Chee by the late Tony Hillerman, and this book helps fill the void.

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