[PDF] Download ↠ Hoodoo | by ↠ Susan Cummins Miller

By Susan Cummins Miller | Comments: ( 618 ) | Date: ( Jun 06, 2020 )

Southeastern Arizona is a tinderbox Down Under Copper s plans to explore for minerals pit landowners, worried about their water supply and land values, against those hoping to profit from the mining venture Someone snaps.In the traditional homeland of the Chiricahua Apaches, an environmental lawyer s body lies in the burned wreckage of his trailer As if in retaliation,Southeastern Arizona is a tinderbox Down Under Copper s plans to explore for minerals pit landowners, worried about their water supply and land values, against those hoping to profit from the mining venture Someone snaps.In the traditional homeland of the Chiricahua Apaches, an environmental lawyer s body lies in the burned wreckage of his trailer As if in retaliation, a DUC executive is shot Geologist Frankie MacFarlane, her students, and Joaquin Black, an old friend and local rancher, find the executive s body in a clearing among the volcanic hoodoos of Chiricahua National Monument And that night, near Paradise, on the eastern side of the mountain range, someone kills an ethnobotanist a walker and puzzle maker who hasn t spoken in years.When Frankie, Joaquin, and Joaquin s brother Raul become suspects in the murders, Frankie must decipher interlocking puzzles to clear their names and to find the killer or killers before they strike again In the process, she discovers that, contrary to geologic principles, the past is the key to the present.Miller weaves together geoscience, Western history and culture, ecology, family, and place into a compelling puzzle mystery narrated in Frankie MacFarlane s unique voice.


  • Title: Hoodoo
  • Author: Susan Cummins Miller
  • ISBN: 9780896726239
  • Page: 273
  • Format: Hardcover

About Author:

Susan Cummins Miller

Susan Cummins Miller is an American author of mystery novels.Miller was born and raised in Southern California and lives in Tucson, Arizona Before writing full time, she worked for the U S Government primarily with the U S Geological Survey , conducting fieldwork in California, Nevada, Idaho, and Utah She subsequently taught introductory geology and oceanography at the college level and offered short courses in writing, geology, paleontology, and oceanography in Tucson area schools Miller is currently a Research Affiliate of the University of Arizona s Southwest Institute for Research on Women and a SIROW Scholar Her poetry has appeared in Sandcutters Journal of the Arizona Poetry Society Oasis Journal 2003 2008 and the anthology What Wilderness Is This Women Write About the Southwest University of Texas Austin Press, 2007 Miller s mysteries and nonfiction have been published by Texas Tech University Press.Series Frankie MacFarlane, Geologist


Hoodoo Definition of Hoodoo by Merriam Webster Hoodoo definition is a body of practices of sympathetic magic traditional especially among African Americans in the southern U.S. How to use hoodoo in a sentence. Introduction to Hoodoo Carolina Conjure Hoodoo is a set of magickal practices originating in Africa which, through the process of syncretism, has absorbed some beliefs and practices from other cultures such as Native American spirituality and European Ceremonial Magick In some cases, the word hoodoo can also refer to A person who practices Hoodoo Dr Buzzard was a powerful hoodoo Hoodoo geology Hoodoo folk magic Hoodoo American Folk Magic Learn Religions Hoodoo, on the other hand, is a set of skills used in folk magic Both, however, can be traced back to early African magical practice During the late s, Harry Middleton Hyatt, a folklorist and Anglican minister, traveled around the American southeast, interviewing Hoodoo practitioners. Hoodoo Conjure Rootwork Definition and History Hoodoo is used as a noun to name both the system of magic He used hoodoo on her and its practitioners Doctor Buzzard was a great hoodoo in his day In the s, some practitioners used the noun hoodooism analogous with occultism to describe their work, but that term has dropped out of common parlance.


Comments Hoodoo

  • Ed

    #4 in the Frankie MacFarlane series. Geology professor MacFarlane takes 4 students on a field trip to the Chiricahua Mountains. Doing the driving is her friend Joaquin, the son of her godparents on whose ranch they'll camp. At their first stop, they find the body of a mining company executive. One of several murder victims in the area for which Frankie , Joaquin, and his brother Raul, will come under suspicion.Frankie MacFarlane series - Southeastern Arizona is a tinderbox. Down Under Copper's m [...]


  • Dallass

    I had been waiting for my copy to arrive in the mail, and when it did I was so excited to get it. Having read the previous three books I was looking forward to finding out what was happening between Philo and Frankie (more so than the actual adventure she finds herself on) and was a little disappointed in that regard, but the murder/mystery itself was interesting, and with the addition of her students, Frankie once again can't seem to help herself, and sets out to get to the bottom of the murder [...]


  • Marcia

    This is a fun mystery series. Frankie, the main character, seems to always be finding bodies and her involvement in the how, what and when is very entertaining.


  • Lindig

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