Thunder Horse by Peter Bowen

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An earthquake shakes Montana, unearthing old bones and new trouble
Usually it takes more than one beer to make the Toussaint bar shake. When the earthquake hits, part-time deputy Gabriel Du Pré and his friends are lamenting the fishing resort a Japanese firm has planned for their small town. The floor shakes, the lights go out, and glass rains from the walls. When they emerge from the bar, they see a new landscape. Roads are mangled, mountains have shifted, and the spring where the Japanese businessmen had planned to build their resort is no more. In its place is an uprooted Indian burial ground, and a massive headache for Du Pré. As local Native American tribes fight over the ancient remains, a fossilized Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth is found in the hands of a murdered anthropologist. Du Pré had just wanted a beer. Instead he found a murder that was sixty-five million years in the making.
 

About Peter Bowen

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Peter Bowen, a Montanan, writes of the West. Cowboy, hunting and fishing guide, folksinger, poet, essayist, and novelist, he's written the picaresque Yellowstone Kelly historical novels, humor columns, and essays on blood sport as Coyote Jack. He has also written the Gabriel Du Pre mysteries, in part, because "the Metis are a great people, a wonderful people, and not many Americans know anything about them."
 
Published March 13, 2012 by Open Road Media. 243 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Westerns. Fiction

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 A fifth adventure for Gabriel Du PrÇ—Montana's MÇtis Indian fiddler and cattle-brand inspector (Notches, 1997, etc.).

May 20 2010 | Read Full Review of Thunder Horse

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Montana cattle-brand inspector Gabriel Du Pre is banging on the door of archeologist Aaron Morgenstern's apartment in the historic Baxter Hotel, the tallest building in Bozeman. The old man who opens

Mar 30 1998 | Read Full Review of Thunder Horse

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