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Author:
Sandi Ault
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978-0425219010
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0425219011
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Berkley; First Edition edition (February 5, 2008)
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Wild Indigo (A WILD Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – February 5, 2008. Sandi Ault is the bestselling, award-winning author of the WILD Mystery series.

Wild Indigo (A WILD Mystery) Mass Market Paperback – February 5, 2008. by. Sandi Ault (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Winner of the Mary Higgins Clark Award, the WILLA Award for Literary Excellence, two SPUR Finalist Awards, and more, she is a sought-after speaker, lecturer, writing teacher, and workshop facilitator. She lives and writes in the Wild West along with her loving companions: a husband, a wolf, and a Missouri wildcat.

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Sandi Ault's WILD INDIGO is a smashing debut. BLM Range Rider Jamaica Wild (and her wolf, Mountain) are formidable new players in outdoor mystery fiction, and Ault's intense knowledge of Pueblo culture is an added bonus. Box, author of FREE FIRE

Sandi Ault's WILD INDIGO is a smashing debut. Box, author of FREE FIRE. Wow! This novel is why readers like to read! It has everything. Read this one, and eagerly anticipate the next.

The berkley publishing group. A Berkley Prime Crime Book, published by arrangement with the author. Published by the Penguin Group. Photo on page v by Tracy A. Kerns.

Sandi Ault is the award-winning author of the WILD Mystery Series, including 5 WILD Novels. See actions taken by the people who manage and post content. Page created – 9 February 2010.

Still going strong at ninety years of age, he was known throughout the northern central mountains.

A Wild Mystery is a quest given to you by Nisor at Northern Bluemist River. Quest 35 - Completable. Beasts of all types have been acting strangely aggressive in the Northern Bluemist River and Rhöneis Plains. The ranger in a nearby settlement mentioned a strange band of Varannari recently. It could be worth checking out to make the area more peaceful. You must complete Hunting Bugs! to unlock this quest. Speak with Nisor in the settlement.

With Wild Indigo, Sandi Ault has managed to combine a gripping story whose vivid characters fairly leap from the page with a fascinating look at Pueblo culture

Bureau of Land Management Agent Jamaica Wild has witnessed the death of a Tanoah Pueblo man who was trampled by buffalo. With Wild Indigo, Sandi Ault has managed to combine a gripping story whose vivid characters fairly leap from the page with a fascinating look at Pueblo culture. And as icing on the cake, at least for dog lovers, she gives us one of the most memorable literary canines I can recall, descriptions of whom are so heartfelt that he must surely be based on a real and much-loved wolf/dog.

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I love finding a new to me mystery series, especially the ones set close to home. The book creates a draw that makes me want to visit the area at the soonest

Walmart 9781605146799. I love finding a new to me mystery series, especially the ones set close to home. The book creates a draw that makes me want to visit the area at the soonest. There are some scenes of Jamaica's past and past cases that I hope get addressed in future books in the series.

Bureau of Land Management Agent Jamaica Wild has witnessed the death of a Tanoah Pueblo man who was trampled by buffalo. After the tribal government and local paper make allegations that Jamaica caused the stampede, she is determined to solve this mystery. But what is revealed is a greater secret regarding Tanoah Pueblo-one that threatens its future and its past.
  • Did not finish due to so much background and not much mystery. I started skipping many pages. More occult than mystery and this is from a reader who loves the history and sites in the Four Corners Indian area and all the National Parks and historic sites of the Park system as well. Momma Anna seemed to be the truest character in the book and I, like another comment, would like to have someone like her in my life.

  • Sandi Ault is a great addition to a small group of exceptional writers like Tony Hillerman & Margaret Coel who successfully & respectfully blend the cultures of western Native Americans with contemporary Caucasian mystery solvers.

  • The author takes you on an incredible journey of the Native Americans, priceless terrain and stories of the heart. Recommended

  • Whoa! Move over Tony Hillerman and make room for the new southwest mystery writer on the block...Sandi Ault. Her debut novel WILD INDIGO hit the shelves a scant two weeks ago, and it is already into its second printing.

    Surely a part of its wildfire success is due to its introduction of a unique American family, Land Management Agent Jamaica Wild and her wolf pup Mountain. Both woman and wolf share strong anima spirit, but it is the pure strength of their love that holds them and this mysterious desert tale together.

    True to her prodigious primary research, Ault's Tanoah Pueblo springs to life beginning with Jamaica's observance of a man's apparent suicide in a bison stampede. Jamaica's intuition tells her that this death may not be a simple suicide choice as it first appears. Her feelings lead her and her furry companion into a maze of murder accusations, desert apparitions, totem appearances, and even a harrowing poisoning incident.

    With Mountain in tow, Jamaica summons her courage to pursue the truth behind Santana's death and in doing so, endangers herself and her pet.

    WILD INDIGO reads "real," and is a "real read" for murder mystery fans. Watch for Sandi Ault's next novel in her exhilarating new series...coming soon...

  • Wonderful! I have read two of her other books and think she is a great author.

  • I bought this a long time ago. I can't say it was very interesting. I thought it was very boring. I couldn't even finish reading it. It got here pretty fast and was almost brand new.

  • I just finished Sandi Ault's intriguing first novel, Wild Indigo, and can't wait to follow Jamaica Wild's next adventure with her wolf, Mountain. The entwining of characters, culture, and mystery were skillfully mastered as I found myself walking through the story as an unseen friend. Extensive research lent itself well for the fictional tribe of the Tanoah Pueblo, as Ms. Ault weaves a tale of the tribe's struggle to live between the old ways and the new. As the story opens, the tribe and Jamaica are thrown into the public eye following the death of a young male tribe member. It is Quiet Time for the Tanoah Pueblo, and amongst mourning and ceremonial preparation, they are not receptive to outsider investigations.

    Ault's writing style unfolds an in-depth portrayal of Jamaica and bonds the reader to her. In the face of career woes, banishment from her reservation family, and mystical curses, Jamaica proceeds to tackle each obstacle with hardheaded determination. The result is an exciting ride for the reader as she defiantly goes into forbidden places. Jamaica's vulnerable side is not to be ignored, as she experiences the frustrating task of loving a demanding young wolf, struggles for acceptance in her adopted Pueblo family, and tries to fit in a relationship with her male lover, Kerry.

    I loved this book and its detailed overview of all the characters. The story development was strong with each additional chapter, which made the book hard to put down. I highly recommend Wild Indigo for anyone who enjoys native culture and mystique wrapped around an exciting story.

  • I enjoy fiction about the southwest and the native american cultures. This was a fun read. It was a tad predictable in some respects, but I'll buy another of the Wild series.