Book Review: Dance Hall of the Dead

I just finished listening to an excellent audiobook: Dance Hall of the Dead. It’s the second book written by Tony Hillerman in 1973.

If you’ve read any of Tony Hillerman’s books, then you know Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn. In this story he’s dealing the murder of a Zuni boy and the disappearance of his best friend, a Navajo boy. As in all of Tony Hillerman’s books, it’s a complicated story.

This may only be the second book but it was so good it won an Edgar Allen Poe Award in 1973. Come read my review over at Quirky Girls Read.

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3 Responses to Book Review: Dance Hall of the Dead

  1. I left you a comment over there. Your review makes me want to try Hillerman’s work.

  2. Staci says:

    I was totally addicted to his books in the late 90s!

  3. Ann says:

    I haven’t read his books in ages. Thanks for the reminder.

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