Book: Invisible Path by Marilyn Meredithcategories: Book, Indian Reservation, Female Deputy, Para-Military, Mountain Setting, Recovery Center, Native American, Hairy Man, Southern Sierra, Indian Legends, Falsely Accused, Murder Mystery
Marilyn Meredithabout this book: This story takes place mainly on the Bear Creek Indian Reservation and centers around the recovery center and mountain areas outside the reservation. It's the story of two Natives, a murder, and false accusations plus a para-military group.
Because there is a recovery center on our nearby Indian reservation, ideas began to form about how it might be used in a Deputy Tempe Crabtree mystery. Also, seeing a group of Jeeps painted in camo going up into the mountains on a regular basis added ideas to the plot as it formed.
With any book, there's a certain amount of research that must be done--this time it was how someone is referred to the reservation's recovery center, and para-military groups.
The title, Invisible Path, came from a quote from a Native American.
For those of you who are interested, the Hairy Man has a part in the story too.
• Author Marilyn Meredith's infusion of Native American legends and traditions into the story elevates Invisible Path to something more than just a police procedural. The reader truly gets a feel for the balancing act Tempe engages in every day between her job as a law enforcement officer and her Native American heritage. — Elizabeth White.
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