Bad Medicine by Aimée Thurlo
An Ella Clah Novel

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When the daughter of Senator Yellowhair is killed in a suspicious car accident, the Senator accuses Ella and the tribe's medical examiner, Dr. Carolyn Roanhorse, of falsifying the autopsy results. An outbreak of meningitis leads to more trouble when many of those who are vaccinated against the illness begin dying from a different, unidentified disease. Riots between Indian and white workers at the Navajo-owned mine stretch the resources of the tribal police even thinner.
Convinced that solving one mystery means solving them all, Ella plunges into her investigations despite threats from all sides and her suspicions that Navajo witches are somehow involved. Ella Clah has sworn to protect her people from all menaces--spiritual or physical--and she's not going to back off now.

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About Aimée Thurlo

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AIMÉE and DAVID THURLO have won the RT Book Reviews Career Achievement Award for their romantic suspense, the Willa Cather Award for Contemporary Fiction, and the New Mexico Book Award. They are the authors of the critically acclaimed Ella Clah series and many other novels.
 
Published June 4, 2013 by Forge Books. 353 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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 En route to a homicide scene—Navajo rights activist Stanley Bitah has been clubbed to death—tribal police officer Ella Clah stops to check out a report of a drunk driver, only to find that Angelina Yellowhair isn't drunk but that she'd been fatally poisoned even before her car crashes.

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A fatal traffic accident and the murder of a Navajo rights activist seem unrelated, but tribal investigator Ella Clah (introduced in Blackening Song and seen since in Death Walker, 1996) knows better.

Nov 03 1997 | Read Full Review of Bad Medicine: An Ella Clah Novel

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A fatal traffic accident and the murder of a Navajo rights activist seem unrelated, but tribal investigator Ella Clah (introduced in Blackening Song and seen since in Death Walker, 1996) knows better.

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