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Sherman Alexie: Indian Killer

If Crazy Horse, or Geronimo, or Sitting Bull came back...They would start a war....They’d listen to some dumb-shit Disney song and feel like hurting somebody....if the Ghost Dance worked ...All you white people would disappear. All of you. If those dead Indians came back to life...They’d kill you. They’d gut you and eat you heart.”

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Wildfire on the Wind River Reservation

This morning while I was getting ready for work, I heard a brief news report on NPR about a wildfire on the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming. Immediately I listened closer to catch any references to locations I may know, and was rewarded with a mention of the city of …

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Literary resurrection

I'm a Dorothy L Sayers fan, so when Sharon on Early Modern Notes mentioned a new Harriet Vane novel, I was on Amazon in a flash.

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Case Closed

Checking out the first volume of Gosho Aoyama's comic mystery manga series. . .

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The Iron Wagon

Norwegian cartoonist Jason adapts a period mystery story - in animal drag.

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The George W. Bush of Crime Fiction

S.T. Karnick thinks he knows why Erle Stanley Gardner (of Perry Mason fame) is still popular and important: This code of ethics is part of something bigger: Gardner’s view of religious faith. Characters pray, and their prayers are answered. In the Ed Jenkins novelette “In Full of Account,” the narrator-protagonist, …

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