Whoever killed Shiloh Merkin hated her and wanted her dead. Her brother-in-law, Wade, is accused of the murder. An Indian activist and zealous defender of Native Montana lands, despised by Shiloh's New Age women's group, his knife appears to be the murder weapon. But Alix Thorssen, art dealer and forgery expert, knows there is no artistry in slashing a woman's throat, and believes Wade isn't the killer. With help from a local cop, Alix follows a trail of moonlit rituals, sex, and legendary artifacts. Another murder leads her to a chilling confrontation with a killer.
©1994 Lise Mcclendon; (P)2002 Books in Motion