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Native Trouble

(The ninth book in the Zeb Hanks series)
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Just as Sheriff Zeb Hanks announces his bid for re-election as Sheriff of Graham County and his upcoming marriage to Echo Skysong, all hell breaks loose. A crime wave sweeps Graham County, knocking Zeb off his game. Are all of these crimes directed at the county by some disgruntled individual or is this a direct attack on Zeb Hanks?

Further complicating Zeb's life is Echo Skysong. As her relationship with Zeb grows ever closer and her power grows as the Knowledge Keeper of all the People, she too becomes a target. While suspects are many, leads are few. With the election at hand, Zeb must quickly find a clever and nearly invisible enemy or enemies. Native mysticism as well as military and political intrigue all play a role in the unfolding of this intricately woven tale.

NATIVE TROUBLE is the ninth book in the ZEB HANKS: Small Town Sheriff Big Time Trouble series. Read it as a standalone or as part of the series. Other books in the series include NATIVE BLOOD, HOLES IN THE SKY, ADIOS ANGEL, NATIVE JUSTICE, NATIVE BONES, NATIVE WARRIOR, NATIVE EARTH and NATIVE DESTINY.

When unseen forces attempt to discredit his every move, Sheriff Zeb Hanks faces his most challenging term in office. In this well-told foray into the far reaches of the Apache reservation, Mark Reps weaves myth and mystery into a tale that brings familiar characters into play...and into Zeb desperately searches for answers. This latest effort by Reps is sure to mesmerize the many readers of the well-loved series.
--R. Allen Chappell, author of Navajo Nation Mystery Series

Native Trouble is Mark Reps at his finest. I finished the book in one day and am already eagerly awaiting the next installment because Zeb has unfinished business as a lawman in Graham County and justice needs to be served.
--David Crow, author Pale-Faced Lie

Genre: Thriller

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