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Joe Leaphorn and Officer Jim Chee, Navajo Tribal Policemen "A Catholic cop and his Mormon partner face off against the infamous Mormon security operation and a man who intends to destroy the church by brutally killing its entire leadership. It turns out that the pit designers had created a drain system, spread over a 145 foot length of beach, which resembled the fingers of a hand. Legend has it that a man might find himself drunk at the bar, dropped through the trapdoor into the cellar, dragged through the tunnel, to awake next morning at sea aboard a clipper.

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Publisher: Scribner (November 29, 1995)


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