Sleeping Dogs Don’t Lie
A maniac murders with ancient technology
One young Native stands in his way
Clifford Gustafson is a young Native man on a mission while pursuing a degree in anthropology in 1970s Minnesota. His best friend and love interest is brutally murdered in cold blood. Clifford is adamant not to be denied justice in this Michael McCoy Native fiction thriller.
The stakes are personal for Clifford. His hot pursuit takes him on a trip across the wilderness of Wyoming and the fields of the American heartland. He heads straight down the throat of an adventurous, suspenseful journey. Clifford will have to face his Native American roots which come back to haunt him in an unexpected way.
“The crowning event of the previous evening had only magnified his feelings.”
Time is of the essence for Clifford. Local law enforcement channels drag the investigation along too slowly for his liking. Each passing hour means that the murderer has more time to escape.
Will Clifford catch the killer of his beloved friend? How will the journey change him? Find out in this compelling and riveting Native fiction adventure story.
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Sleeping Dogs Don’t Lie Book Information
Author: Michael McCoy
ISBN: 978-1-944986-41-4 (hdbk), 978-1-944986-15-5 (ppbk)
Market price: $27.95 (hdbk), $16.95 (ppbk)
Format: Paperback, Hardback, eBook
Page Count: 274
Title code: Book128
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Michael McCoy has written dozens of magazine articles—for Runner’s World, Men’s Journal, Powder, and many others—and more than ten books on travel and the outdoors, including Cycling the Great Divide. He has contributed to anthologies from National Geographic, the Wyoming Wilderness Association, and the Discovery Channel.