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Wild Inferno by Sandi Ault

Wild Inferno

by Sandi Ault

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"The fire is within Southern Ute tribal lands, the San Juan National Forest, the Chimney Rock Archaeological Area, and privately owned property. So it has potential to impact residences and prehistoric and spiritual sites."
The backdrop of this fictional story is set amidst a wildfire in southern Colorado. It subtly tackles cultural and social class differences between the Southern Ute tribe and the white government agency officials, all under the guise of this popular mystery series with main character, BLM agent Jamaica Wild.
  AmronGravett | Apr 10, 2013 |
A good read, but sometimes a wonder if she is trying to write more about the wolf than about the story line. When is Mountain going to solve the mystery?
  vmccaffrey | Dec 18, 2012 |
Too much dialog about fighting wildfires that should have been narrative. Much like the debut, descriptions of emotional scenes were flat, trite, and should have been deleted if she can't make them better. I read this book because it was named one of the Best Books of 2008 by both Publishers Weekly and Library Journal. Shame on them. ( )
  jeanned | May 24, 2011 |
An interesting but terrifying look at a wild fire approaching a Native American gathering. Good action, and I love the wolf Mountain. ( )
  Cradlow | Oct 14, 2010 |
It was difficult to overcome the poor narration on this audiobook (a rarity for Recorded Books) and discern the merit of the writing. ( )
  seasidereader | Oct 30, 2008 |
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Jamaica Wild, BLM agent, with her domesticated wolf Mountain, solves a murder mystery in a wild fire area on a Southern Ute reservation near Chimney Rock in Colorado. In the process, Jamaica continues to learn more about the Pueble people, who are gathering there for a ceremony.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0425219224, Hardcover)

Wild Indigo introduced rough and ready Bureau of Land Management agent Jamaica Wild and her wolf, Mountain. Now they return, deployed to a wildfire on the Southern Ute reservation, where a puzzling plea whispered by a burning man points to a mystery more menacing than murder.

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Bureau of Land Management agent Jamaica Wild is sent in to assist at a wildfire on the Southern Ute reservation, where she encounters a burning man whose final plea sends her on a quest to unravel a mystery more dangerous than mere murder.

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