The Killing of Monday Brown by Sandra West Prowell
(A Phoebe Siegel Mystery)

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The sequel to By Evil Means finds Private Investigator Phoebe Siegel drawn into a native American community near her hometown of Billings, Montana, when a young Crow is accused of murdering a thieving dealer in Indian artifacts.

About Sandra West Prowell

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Sandra West Prowell is a fourth-generation Montanan and the great-granddaughter of early pioneers. A cofounder of the Montana Authors Coalition, she has written several Phoebe Siegel mysteries. Prowell lives in Billings, Montana.
Published January 1, 1994 by Walker. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Yellowstone County deputy Kyle Old Wolf's relatives descend on Billings, Mont., shamus Phoebe Siegel with the plea that she go to bat for Kyle's cousin Matthew, accused of killing suspect Crow antiquities trader Monday Brown.

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