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This Warehouse Frightens Me*

Many companies use warehouses to store things until they are shipped or delivered. And, of course, there’s a big business in residential/individual storage too. That makes sense, as people look for a house, serve in the military, and so on. 853 more words

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I'm a Wanted Man*

With today’s technology, it’s not easy to ‘disappear,’ especially if the police have an arrest warrant. It might be possible to hide for a short time, especially with some help. 1,001 more words

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Tony Hillerman: Reading the Signs

A feeling of mystical presence is very real when one looks upon the landscape of the Southwest. A region of scarce water and endless vistas, the Southwest has been a spiritual homeland for countless people, both indigenous and transplanted to the region. 2,552 more words

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Your Name's Not Down, You're Not Coming In*

You probably see them without even thinking about it. They’re there when you go to clubs, certain places such as museums, tourist attractions, and sometimes government buildings. 976 more words

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The Blessing Way by Tony Hillerman

The Blessing Way is the first of a series of novels by Tony Hillerman, now being continued by his daughter Anne, featuring Navajo Tribal Police Lt. 614 more words

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Review: The Blessing Way by Tony Hillerman

The Blessing Way by Tony Hillerman
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

Narrated by George Guidall, I nearly gave this book back to Audible. He was a very boring narrator. 185 more words

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Talking God

Talking God is a mystery novel by Tony Hillerman, one of many in the “Leaphorn and Chee” series. The series is about as predictable as any mystery series—Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn and tribal policeman Jim Chee keep getting thrown together as they solve mysteries. 234 more words

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