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When rakish, man-about-town Connors Loy appears in Larry Canes Kansas City law office wanting his wife, city councilwoman Rita Stanton-Loy, declared not only legally dead but accidently dead, he does not know that the case will put his life and the lives of others in terrible jeopardy. He only knows that, financially and professionally, he must take the case and win! Larry enlists the aid of longtime friend Barton Lisle, the newspaper reporter who, over a year ago, covered the news of the councilwomans mysterious disappearance, and friend/barmaid Sandy Schooley. The very week their investigation begins, strange and sinister troubles afflict the friends. Unable to connect these events with their investigation, the three begin their quest. But the deeper they dig, the more apparent it becomes that somebody doesnt want the matter solved. Their search leads them to a bleak Arizona hamletWell of the Three Sisters. This tiny, dusty, and high desert town sits on property Rita had invested in shortly before her disappearance. Its a property bordering the Navajo reservation where, over the last few years, horrifying events have been occurring to those Native Americans living nearest the town. In Arizona, Larry, Bart, and Sandy meet Littlebird, Rita Stanton-Loys half Native American daughter and team up with John Todachine, who is a Navajo engineer, and deputy sheriff Ramon Gutierrez, who believes the answer to the mystery lies in Ritas investment property. When the investigation turns to the land, a faceless opposition resorts to a less subtle means of dissuasionguns. Frightened but committed to solving the case, the six forge ahead in their quest, leading to unimaginable evil and a spine-chilling showdown with a multibillionaire presidential hopeful. In the meantime, Larry is finally able to search for the woman he loved and lost to the Arizona desert many years ago, but will finding her only endanger her life?

When rakish, man-about-town Connors Loy appears in Larry Canes Kansas City law office wanting his wife, city councilwoman Rita Stanton-Loy, declared not only legally dead but accidently dead, he does not know that the case will put his life and the lives of others in terrible jeopardy. He only knows that, financially and professionally, he must take the case and win! Larry enlists the aid of longtime friend Barton Lisle, the newspaper reporter who, over a year ago, covered the news of the councilwomans mysterious disappearance, and friend/barmaid Sandy Schooley. The very week their investigation begins, strange and sinister troubles afflict the friends. Unable to connect these events with their investigation, the three begin their quest. But the deeper they dig, the more apparent it becomes that somebody doesnt want the matter solved. Their search leads them to a bleak Arizona hamletWell of the Three Sisters. This tiny, dusty, and high desert town sits on property Rita had invested in shortly before her disappearance. Its a property bordering the Navajo reservation where, over the last few years, horrifying events have been occurring to those Native Americans living nearest the town. In Arizona, Larry, Bart, and Sandy meet Littlebird, Rita Stanton-Loys half Native American daughter and team up with John Todachine, who is a Navajo engineer, and deputy sheriff Ramon Gutierrez, who believes the answer to the mystery lies in Ritas investment property. When the investigation turns to the land, a faceless opposition resorts to a less subtle means of dissuasionguns. Frightened but committed to solving the case, the six forge ahead in their quest, leading to unimaginable evil and a spine-chilling showdown with a multibillionaire presidential hopeful. In the meantime, Larry is finally able to search for the woman he loved and lost to the Arizona desert many years ago, but will finding her only endanger her life?


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