(BRJ 20) Blessings of the lost girls

Title (BRJ 20) Blessings of the lost girls
Names Jance, Judith A.
Book Number LT040142
Title Status Active
Medium Large Print
Annotation "Driven by a compulsion, the man calling himself Charles Milton prowls the rodeo circuit, hunting young Indigenous women. He believes they are the most vulnerable, knowing law enforcement's history of ignoring their disappearances. A cold case has just been assigned to Dan Pardee, a field officer with the newly formed Missing and Murdered Indigenous People's Task Force. Rosa Rios, a young woman of Apache descent and one-time rodeo star, vanished three years ago. With Sheriff Joanna Brady's help, Dan is determined to reopen the case and bring long-awaited justice to Rosa's family. Joanna's daughter, Jennifer, is also taking a personal interest in this case, having known Rosa from her own amateur rodeo days. And as it becomes clear that Rosa was just one victim of a serial killer, both Jennifer and Dan know they're running out of time to catch an elusive predator who's proven capable of getting away with murder."
Series Joanna Brady/Jance, Judith - 20
A Brady and Walker family novel
Local Subject Mystery & Detective - MYS
Mystery-American - MAM
Mystery-Female Detective - MFE
Sequel - SEQ
Suspense - SUS
Exclusion - Strong Language - ST
Exclusion - Violence - VI
LC Subject Policewomen - Fiction
Sheriffs - Fiction
Serial murder investigation - Fiction
Cold cases (Criminal investigation) - Fiction
Indian women - Crimes against - Fiction
Cochise County (Ariz.) - Fiction
Large type books
Mystery fiction
Suspense fiction
Detective and mystery fiction
Thrillers (Fiction)
Large print books
Call Number 813/.54
Language English
Original Publication 2023
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