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The American Cafe (Paperback)

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Paperback 256 Pages / Published: 30/04/2011
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Restaurant owner Sadie Walela gets caught in the middle of a murder when the previous owner of her cafe turns up dead.

Publisher: University of Arizona Press
ISBN: 9780816529223
Number of pages: 256
Weight: 299 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 16 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS

""The American Cafe" is a pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie's next adventure." --"Durango Herald"


"The sequel to "Deception on All Accounts" builds Sadie's reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe's appealing protagonist." --"Booklist"


"A wacky cast of characters complements a plot line that, while familiar, offers its share of twists." --"Publishers Weekly"


""The American Cafe" is a pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie's next adventure." --"Durango Herald"


"The sequel to "Deception on All Accounts" builds Sadie's reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe's appealing protagonist." --"Booklist"


"A wacky cast of characters complements a plot line that, while familiar, offers its share of twists." --"Publishers Weekly"


"The American Cafe" is a pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie s next adventure. "Durango Herald"
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The sequel to "Deception on All Accounts" builds Sadie s reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe s appealing protagonist. "Booklist"
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A wacky cast of characters complements a plot line that, while familiar, offers its share of twists. "Publishers Weekly"
"


The American Cafe is a pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie s next adventure. Durango Herald


"

The sequel to Deception on All Accounts builds Sadie s reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe s appealing protagonist. Booklist


"

A wacky cast of characters complements a plot line that, while familiar, offers its share of twists. Publishers Weekly


"

"The American Cafe is a pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie's next adventure."--Durango Herald



"The sequel to Deception on All Accounts builds Sadie's reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe's appealing protagonist."--Booklist



"Great characters and an authentic Native American setting (Oklahoma's Cherokee country) make this second series title a good pick for Tony Hillerman fans."--Library Journal

"The sequel to Deception on All Accounts builds Sadie's reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe's appealing protagonist."--Booklist


"A pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie's next adventure."--Durango Herald


"Five stars to The American Cafe, a riveting and lyrical novel. Sara Hoklotubbe draws on her Oklahoma and Cherokee heritage to create an absorbing tale with an appealing protagonist. Mystery lovers will be enchanted."--Carolyn Hart, author of Letter from Home

"A wacky cast of characters complements a plot line that . . . offers its share of twists."--Publishers Weekly


"A pleasing and satisfying novel with plenty of suspense and tension layered with ambience and soul, which Hoklotubbe then populates with characters both warm and wicked. This engaging adventure leaves readers looking forward to Sadie's next adventure."--Durango Herald

"The sequel to Deception on All Accounts builds Sadie's reputation as an amateur sleuth while continuing to portray the strength of Native American culture and the discrimination its adherents face. Readers will want to follow a budding romantic relationship as well as another career change ahead for Hoklotubbe's appealing protagonist."--Booklist

"Great characters and an authentic Native American setting (Oklahoma's Cherokee country) make this second series title a good pick for Tony Hillerman fans."--Library Journal

"Five stars to The American Cafe, a riveting and lyrical novel. Sara Hoklotubbe draws on her Oklahoma and Cherokee heritage to create an absorbing tale with an appealing protagonist. Mystery lovers will be enchanted."--Carolyn Hart, author of Letter from Home

"A wacky cast of characters complements a plot line that . . . offers its share of twists."--Publishers Weekly

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