Skin Dancer

Skin Dancer

by Carolyn Haines

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In the deep quiet of the South Dakota wilderness, a killer is on the loose. The victims are poachers and professional hunters. Their skinned and beheaded corpses are left hanging upside down. Rookie Criss County Deputy Rachel Redmond, a young woman with a troubled past and a need to prove herself, must find the killer.

Native American legend speaks of a Sioux warrior who took too much pride in his ability to kill. The gods punished him by taking his skin, leaving him unable to endure the sunlight. This warrior is said to roam the wilderness looking for those he can kill and "borrow" their skin. The Skin Dancer.

There's a lot on the line for Rachel and the county residents. A highway project is cutting across the Sioux wilderness, opening the region for a multi-billion dollar technology development. The road is a point of controversy with environmentalists and Native Americans who want to preserve their sacred grounds.

When a spokesman for an animal rights organization (WAR) claims the murders, Rachel realizes she's sitting on a powder keg. Old wounds and grievances, long buried, come to the surface. And the Skin Dancer strikes again, killing two more poachers.

As bodies pile up and tempers flare, Rachel has to find the killer, or killers, before Criss County erupts in a battle between those who want the road and Paradise Development and those who don't.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940156567874
Publisher: KaliOka Press
Publication date: 06/24/2019
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 486,953
File size: 617 KB

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Skin Dancer 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
AvidReaderWG More than 1 year ago
Fans of Carolyn Haines know that her books are usually set in the fertile soils of the deep South. What a departure! Skin Dancer is set against the magestic backdrop of the Black Hills and wonderfully incorporates the local Native American myths. A frightening killer is on the loose and the motive is the key. Are these murders random? Are they a statement to preserve the raw beauty of the land meant to scare off developers? Are they personal? Can you figure who is responsible for these gruesome killings? I have long enjoyed Ms. Haines use of strong, determined yet at times vulnerable heroines. She hasn't failed me in Skin Dancer. Our heroine is a tough, no nonsense cop who's haunted by her own demons, yet still manages triumph. It's nice to see women portrayed so real and relatable. Bravo Ms. Haines!
SueR58 More than 1 year ago
Finished Skin Dancer yesterday. I've got to tell you, there aren't many books that can stand the hair up on the back of my neck, but that one sure did. Carolyn Haines did it again and drew me into the book so I was right there with Rachael trying to catch a killer. Thanks for a great read!
linda75 More than 1 year ago
I didn't want to put it down
JSmith68 More than 1 year ago
I loved this book as I have loved all the Sarah Booth Delaney books!!
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