Tue, Apr 25|
Collected Works Bookstore
Anne Hillerman, The Way of the Bear
Fossil harvesting, ancient lore, greed, rejected love and murder combine in this gripping new installment of New York Times bestselling author Anne Hillerman’s Leaphorn, Chee & Manuelito series.
Date, Time & Location
Apr 25, 6:00 PM MDT
Collected Works Bookstore, 202 Galisteo St, Santa Fe, NM 87501, USA
About the Event
This will be an in-store presentation and will be live streamed on Zoom, register to watch on Zoom here.
You can pre-order The Way of the Bear online from CW here or call the store (505) 988-4226.
The Bears Ears area, at the edge of the Navajo Nation, is celebrated for its abundance unique fossils and early human habitation sites. For Chee and Manuelito, the area glows with geological interest and spiritual insight. But their visit to this achingly beautiful place is disrupted by a current of violence that sweeps them both into danger.
An unexpected death on a lonely road outside of Utah’s Bears Ears National Monument raises questions for Navajo Tribal Police officers Jim Chee and Bernadette Manuelito. Why would a seasoned outdoorsman and well-known paleontologist freeze to death within walking distance of his car?
A second death brings more turmoil. Who is the unidentified man killed during an apparent home invasion in which nothing seems to have been taken? Why was he murdered?
A fossilized jawbone, a mysterious disappearance and a blizzard heighten the suspense. Manuelito and Chee need all of their experience, skill, and intuition to survive the threats that arise and solve the mysteries so that justice is served.
About the Author
Author Anne Hillerman's debut novel, Spider Woman’s Daughter, received the Western Writers Spur Award as best first novel. That book and the seven novels that followed were all New York Times best sellers. Her eighth mystery, The Way of the Bear, will launch April 25, 2022. Her books continue the Navajo detective stories her father Tony Hillerman made popular. When she’s not working, Anne likes to read, cook, ski and travel. She lives in Santa Fe and Tucson with frequent trips to the Navajo Nation.