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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18TH - 2:00 TO 3:30 pm

Free Author Event - signing - Q&A

                       ROBERT WESTBROOK Ghost Dancer

A unique pair of private investigators--a Lakota Sioux graduate student studying "culinary psycho-sociology," and a blind ex-San Francisco police officer--have their work cut out for them.  Their client, an ex-U.S. Senator turned ski resort owner, has been shot dead with an arrow before he could tell the detectives why he hired them!  A look into their client's past exposes his tangled affairs and "eccentricities," and places them in a deadly web of intrigue and murder!

Robert Westbrook will be discussing and reading from his book Ghost Dancer at op.cit. books Taos on Saturday, November 18th from 2:00 to 3:30 pm.  The book includes a Native American working on his Ph.D., a cop blinded in the line of duty, and a chic resort's only hope to stop a killer cold in his tracks.  Ghost Dancer is a Howard Moon Deer Mystery.  Once a land of Pueblo dwellers, the town of San Geronimo Peak, New Mexico, is prime ski country.  P.I. Howard Moon Deer and ex-cop Jack Wilder are headed there to meet their first client, a former U.S. senator and the ski slope's owner.  Instead, they find his body and a murder case to solve.  Overrun with pleasure seekers, plunderers, and fanatics, San Geronimo has no shortage of suspects.  But investigating the senator's two very different daughers, his political enemies and his complex business dealings leads only to false clues.  Then the senator's granddaughter is kidnapped and the new detectives are plunged into a dangerous race for a little girl's life and for their own.