A lawyer with questionable ethics lies dead in a Seattle convention center. He was brutally slain by a ceremonial knife from a village a thousand miles to the north. Father Mark Townsend recognizes the deadly artifact...and knows the Eskimo tribe that carved the intricate pictures on its ivory handle.More
"Reynolds is an active Jesuit priest and brings to his stories a degree of authenticity and depth that adds to their interest. Reader Kevin Foley does well with the main characterization and with the tongue-twisting Eskimo words." (Library Journal)
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