The Red Power Murders

From The Bestselling Author Of The Back Of The Turtle And The Inconvenient Indian Comes A Wry And Irreverent MysteryThumps DreadfulWater Has Never Liked Surprises Even The Good Ones Are Annoying So It S No Shock That A String Of Seemingly Random Occurrences Is Causing Thumps Some Real Discomfort First Noah Ridge, The Red Power Native Activist, Arrives In Thumps Sleepy Town Of Chinook Then The Body Of A Retired FBI Agent Turns Up At The Local Holiday Inn In The Background Hovers The Ghostly Presence Of Lucy Kettle, Second In Charge Of The Red Power Movement, A Tough Woman In A Tough Place Until Her Disappearance Years Ago Now The Sheriff Wants Thumps To Trade In His Photography Gig For A Temporary Cop Beat And It Won T Be Over, Thumps Soon Realizes, Until Everyone S Dead Or Famous.Hailed By Critics In His First Appearance, Cherokee Ex Cop Thumps DreadfulWater Is Back In Rumpled But Razor Sharp Form, Doing His Laconic, Comic Best To Avoid Trouble And Catch The Bad Guys Bestselling Writer Thomas King Has Penned A Second Entertaining DreadfulWater Mystery, Injected With The Author S Characteristic Dry Wit And Biting Social Commentary.The Red Power Murders

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  • Paperback
  • The Red Power Murders
  • Hartley GoodWeather
  • English
  • 06 January 2017
  • 0006395511

10 thoughts on “The Red Power Murders

  1. says:

    Review of the 2017 paperback reissueGood cozy, but I m finding it curious that the Thumps DreadfulWater backstory is constantly hinted at but there is no follow through That starts to seem odd now in this 2nd of the series from 2006 It will be interesting to see if some...

  2. says:

    Enjoyed this one just as much as the first one Book three will have to wait until my to be read pile dwindles though.

  3. says:

    TheI read of Thomas King, theI love him.I was lukewarm on DreadfulWater , the first book in this series, but The Red Power Murders hooked me I just love Thumps and Al and Archie and Hockney and Cooley and Beth They re quirky and entertaining, but they never descend into caricature they re real people, and that s why I love them so much You may notice that I don t mention Claire, even though she plays a big role in Thumps life that s...

  4. says:

    Really loved this book Its a good detective story as well as being graced by Thomas King s superb way of telling a story The humour in the book is humour with a purpose, but it still makes you laugh out loud Will be readingof Thomas King writing as Hartley Goodweather

  5. says:

    The names given Native Americans in English are beyond quaint, Thumps DreadfulWater, the narrator of this murder mystery being a case in point But then their tribal names would stump us This novel is informed by Thomas King s sardonic wit and as always his ...

  6. says:

    This is the second in a series of Thumps Dreadfulwater mysteries that I ve read I wasn t quite as hooked on this one as the first one The mystery seemed a little over the place too many people and not quite enough ...

  7. says:

    Again another slow mystery but this one was populated with an ever increasing cast of possible suspects and motives You practically needed a score card to keep track of everyone and his her motives Love Thumps Dreadfulwater just wish he could get to the...

  8. says:

    I love Thomas King s writing Great characters and good pacing The first DreadfulWater was a blast, but I found this one lacked something Still a great story, and looking forward to the next one 3 1 2 stars.

  9. says:

    Not quite as engaging as his first book I still get a kick out of Thumps, but the plot in this one hinges on a very late revelation and doesn t feel as tight as the previous one.

  10. says:

    Thumps makes a great detective, but he does seem to be blindsided at least once per book.

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