The Man Who Fell from the Sky by Margaret Coel

A documentary on Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid is being filmed on the Wind River Reservation when Robert Walking Bear’s body is found by a lake. Father John and Vicky meet at his wife’s house to aide her. Also Cutter Walking Bear who has return to Reservation recently. Cutter comes on strong to Vicky who feels something is wrong. Father John tries to help the widow. These various themes are brought together skillfully in one story. The ending will surprise you.

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8 Responses to THE MAN WHO FELL FROM THE SKY By Margaret Coel

  1. bmary8222 says:

    Thanks for sharing your review.

  2. The title sounds suspiciously a lot like the title of the David Bowie film The Man who Fell to Earth. Not a very good movie. The book sound intriguing.

    • This book is in her series of the The Wind River mystery series. If you like Hillerman mystery about indians you should like this series. It about the plains indians. I consider this series better than Hillerman. The title is from the indians story. I know nothing about a movie

  3. lghiggins says:

    I like the Hillerman books so I will add this author and series to my list of books you recommend that I want to read.

    • Theyare differentvfrom Hillerman’s book. Thebackstory follwers a romance between Father John and and an Indian woman. I like it better than Hillermans. To bad she is no longer writing the story,

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