This new edition of The Bluejay Shaman comes fourteen years after the original publication, but the book is still "delightful," as author James Crumley wrote back then. Alix Thorssen, art dealer in Jackson Hole, hits the road in this novel in the mystery series, to clear her brother-in-law of murder. Set in Missoula and on the Salish Indian Reservation in Montana, The Bluejay Shaman is populated by westerners old and new, crystal gazers and traditionalists, shaman's secrets and mysterious deaths. A gripping tale of suspense, blending Indian lore, the timeless clash of western values, and the magnificent landscape of the Rockies.
Lise gives an overview of the book:
After more than twenty years of writing fiction the practice has become as natural and essential as breathing to me. I have published nine novels, under my own name and my thriller persona, Rory Tate. With a group of talented women I adapted a short story into a short film....