The drowning man

Title The drowning man
Names Coel, Margaret.
Book Number LP19334
Medium Large Print
Annotation The Arapahos call it the "Drowning Man," an ancient petroglyph depicting the haunting image of a human figure struggling under water, which they believe was carved by the spirits. Priceless to the tribe, the sacred object is worth a quarter of a million dollars to the thieves who took it. After receiving the ransom demand, Father John is determined to identify the culprits and recover the petroglyph. But the theft is nearly identical to an unsolved seven-year-old case involving another stolen petroglyph--and manslaughter.
Series Thorndike Press large print core
Local Subject Large print fiction - LPF
Mystery & Detective - MYS
Suspense - SUS
Native American Interest - NAM
LC Subject O'Malley, John (Fictitious character) - Fiction
Holden, Vicky (Fictitious character) - Fiction
Arapaho Indians - Fiction
Petroglyphs - Fiction
Large type books
Wind River Indian Reservation (Wyo.) - Fiction
Wyoming - Fiction
Language English
Released 2007
Publication Info Waterville, Me. : Thorndike Press, 2007
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