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The Sinister Pig by Tony Hillerman

The Sinister Pig is Tony Hillerman's 16th novel featuring Jim Chee and Joe Leaphorn of the Navajo Tribal Police. In this latest effort, a mysterious stranger is found dead by the natural gas pipe field, and before Jim Chee can fully investigate the crime, the FBI claims jurisdiction and closes the case as a hunting accident. The clues, however, don't seem to support this. Photos at an exotic game ranch taken by Bernadette Manuelito, who left Chee and the tribal police after a romance with him, appear to be connected and put her life in danger. Chee also doesn't understand why this all seems to lead back to the Washington power broker, Rawley Winsor, the "sinister pig" of the title. Fans of Hillerman's previous novels should find this book enjoyable. Mostlyfiction.com says of The Sinister Pig, "This is the sixteenth book in a line of books that have never failed to illuminate or satisfy, and it lives up to the standards of many of its brothers and sisters."
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