ISBN 13: 978-1-63505-177-3
Trim Size: 5.5x8.5
Number of Pages: 293
Publisher: Bascom Hill Publishing Group
Wild horses couldn’t pull Silki off her beloved Navajo Rez . . . or could they?
Bummed that yet another summer has passed all too quickly, Silki and her best friend, Birdie, head out for one last hurrah at the Navajo Nation Fair. When the fun is overshadowed by the theft of a famous horse, Silki is plunged into a baffling adventure teeming with international undercurrents and intrigue.
Boy-crazy Birdie is fluttering her eyelashes at Silki’s good-looking cousin from Oregon at every turn, and Rez legend Old Man Concho is coughing up secrets dating back to 1942. What possible connection does he have to the Japanese tourists, and will Silki discover an ancient truth about the Valley of Shadows in time to save Lava, the leader of the Ghost Herd, as well as salvage her own broken heart?
Woven with Navajo language, tradition, and lore, Silki, the Girl of Many Scarves: VALLEY OF SHADOWS is the final book in a trilogy of one girl’s adventure in the American Southwest.
Jodi Lea Stewart was born in Texas but grew up in Apache County, Arizona, on a cattle ranch near Concho, Arizona. She left her pre-law plans and part of her brain at the University of Arizona to move to San Francisco, where she learned about peace, love, and exactly what she DIDN'T want to do with her life. Since then, Jodi graduated summa cum laude with a BS in Business Management, raised two children, worked as an electro-mechanical drafter, penned humor columns for college periodicals, wrote regional western articles, and served as managing communication editor and feature writer for a Fortune 500 company. She currently lives in Texas and New Mexico with her husband Mark, two Standard poodles, two rescue cats, and numerous gigantic, bossy houseplants. Silki, the Girl of Many Scarves: VALLEY OF SHADOWS is the final book of the Silki trilogy.