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Great reading I am a big fan of Tony Hillerman s books and when he left this world I had to search out other writers who write about the modern lives of Native Americans on reservations Margaret Coel definitely satisfies Her characters are people I would enjoy in real life This story is particularly emotional Characters are faced with searching through the past to resolve the present I am going to leave at that. Each book I read in this series seems to keep getting better and better, and I really enjoyed this one Vicky is on the trail of some missing babies from 1964 in this tale, and Father John is trying to find out who killed a semi retired priest on the reservation He thinks he was the intended victim at first, or was it Father Keenan Father Keenan was a young priest on the Wind River Reserve in the past, so he must also dig up some history Vicky and Father John end up working together again to Each book I read in this series seems to keep getting better and better, and I really enjoyed this one Vicky is on the trail of some missing babies from 1964 in this tale, and Father John is trying to find out who killed a semi retired priest on the reservation He thinks he was the intended victim at first, or was it Father Keenan Father Keenan was a young priest on the Wind River Reserve in the past, so he must also dig up some history Vicky and Father John end up working together again to unravel the past This is also a truly moving story about life on the reservation and the extended families and relationships @DOWNLOAD EBOOK Ø The Lost Bird ê Father O Malley and Arapaho lawyer Vicky Holden must uncover a baby selling scheme at a clinic forty years ago SuspensefulSolid characters and a keen sense of placekeep this tale humming Publishers Weekly Margaret Coel is always good, in my opinion This book is not exception. Margaret Coel has produced another fine book This one deals with the theft of Native American babies from their parents through illegal adoptions It is a flashpoint subject that was carefully dealt with carefully The Indian side of things is very well handled by Ms Coel She does not take the reactionary view that the adoptive parents were horrid individuals I grew up with two Native American brothers and am of Native American heritage myself When the boys were in the middle of their High Margaret Coel has produced another fine book This one deals with the theft of Native American babies from their parents through illegal adoptions It is a flashpoint subject that was carefully dealt with carefully The Indian side of things is very well handled by Ms Coel She does not take the reactionary view that the adoptive parents were horrid individuals I grew up with two Native American brothers and am of Native American heritage myself When the boys were in the middle of their High School years they were taken from the adoptive family and returned to the reservation where they came from One of the boys later returned, the other one was never seen again I knew the boys and their adoptive parents This was a gut wrenching occurrence for everyone involved The real criminals are unscrupulous adoption agencies that took children from families who could have cared for them On another level, I have been reading this series from the beginning going forward The book ispolished than previous novels by Ms Coel and dwellson the mystery and less on the relationship between O Malley and Holden While the relationship is important in the context of the series, the crime was broughtto the forefront in this installment.I recommend this book to fans of books written by Anne Hillerman and Aimee Thurlo It was about time I revisited this series. Arapaho lawyer Vicky Holden gets a visit from a movie star The woman knows she was adopted thirty five years ago and hires Vicky to find her birth parents Only problem no Arapaho would give up her child for adoption Now Vicky has a problem on her hands and is determined to find out what happened thirty five years before.Father Joesph a priest who was at the reservation thirty five years earlier has returned However, he s failed to tell Father John O Malley why he s returned The Provincial, Arapaho lawyer Vicky Holden gets a visit from a movie star The woman knows she was adopted thirty five years ago and hires Vicky to find her birth parents Only problem no Arapaho would give up her child for adoption Now Vicky has a problem on her hands and is determined to find out what happened thirty five years before.Father Joesph a priest who was at the reservation thirty five years earlier has returned However, he s failed to tell Father John O Malley why he s returned The Provincial, Father O Malley and Father s Joseph s boss has an idea that Father Joesph has returned to die A call comes into the Mission that a woman wants her last rights because she s dying of cancer Father Joesph goes, but he s killed Vicky and Father John are determined to find out what an adoption of an Arapaho woman, has to do with the death of a priest, two people from thirty five years earlier and another woman have in common To complicate matters Vicky s ex husband Ben Holden wants her back, and Father John s niece is added to the mix It s a series of twists and turns that lead to danger as a killer is stalking the reservation Vicky is on the trail of some missing babies from 1964 in this tale, and Father John is trying to find out who killed a semi retired priest on the reservation He thinks he was the intended victim at first, or was it Father Keenan Father Keenan was a young priest on the Wind River Reserve in the past, so he must also dig up some history Vicky and Father John end up working together again to unravel the past This is also a truly moving story about life on the reservation and the extended famil Vicky is on the trail of some missing babies from 1964 in this tale, and Father John is trying to find out who killed a semi retired priest on the reservation He thinks he was the intended victim at first, or was it Father Keenan Father Keenan was a young priest on the Wind River Reserve in the past, so he must also dig up some history Vicky and Father John end up working together again to unravel the past This is also a truly moving story about life on the reservation and the extended families and relationships This is my favorite of the five Wind River Reservation books I ve read so far There are 3 plots that all come together in a fantastic finish, plus a resolution of sorts for the sparks that have flown between Father John O Malley and Arapaho lawyer Vicky Holden While previous books in the series concentrated mainly on local issues, the issues here have much broader implications, and it was great to go along with Vicky as she figured it all out I did guess the main thing, but have to admit that This is my favorite of the five Wind River Reservation books I ve read so far There are 3 plots that all come together in a fantastic finish, plus a resolution of sorts for the sparks that have flown between Father John O Malley and Arapaho lawyer Vicky Holden While previous books in the series concentrated mainly on local issues, the issues here have much broader implications, and it was great to go along with Vicky as she figured it all out I did guess the main thing, but have to admit that it was pretty close to the end when I finally did The finish was spectacular Very highly recommended I ve enjoyed every single book in this series but Lost Bird is THE best so far What a fantastic story with multiple layers Father John is pulled in several directions parallels in a way between his life and that of his followers.