When Inspector Coswell is called from Vancouver to Anahim, west of Williams Lake in British Columbia to assist Sergeant Blakemore in the investigation of the shooting of a young Mountie, he is somewhat apprehensive of the racial tensions between the local natives and their perceptions of "white man's justice". He finds he must deal with an aboriginal policeman, prejudiced white ranchers, tree planters and fallers, grow ops in the deep woods, and an aboriginal girl on a supervised methadone program at one of the ranches. This is an interesting read with two cultures dealing with their historical prejudices.
Not fond of the way this posted. it was a great book - I guess I should have upped the "Lust Factor"
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