Ancient Alaskan Mystery: Book Review – The Spirit and The Skull by J.M. Hayes

Loved this book! Ck it out.

In My Words

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The Spirit and The Skull

By J.M. Hayes

Poisoned Pen Press

184  pages Genre: Mystery

Surviving in Paleolithic times was a daily struggle, almost impossible as an individual. Bands of undocumented immigrants, calling themselves The People, depend on each member of the group to survive. They place their trust in Raven their aging Spirit Man for guidance from the Spirit World. As the narrator of the novel, he allows the reader to see his strengths as well as his shortcomings as he tries to set The People on the right path.

He returns from a scouting mission to find one of the leaders of The People dead. Murder is unheard of and an unspeakable action among them, yet it has happened. Raven has the task of finding the killer so the remaining leaders can either banish or kill him. This task becomes more complicated than he first imagines after…

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2 responses to “Ancient Alaskan Mystery: Book Review – The Spirit and The Skull by J.M. Hayes

  1. Ooo. It sounds interesting. Thanks for sharing (rebloging?)!

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