The Red Power Murders (Audiobook)
Pub Date: November 3, 2006
BTC Audiobooks / Fiction / Indigenous / Novels
Audio CD: 9780864922854 $29.95
Thumps DreadfulWater wants the past to stay put. But when two Indian-rights activists arrive in the sleepy town of Chinook and a CIA agent winds up murdered, the laconic Native photographer finds he can't shed his cop skin — or his youthful involvement with the Red Power movement. This winning recording features King's trademark wry humour.
Thomas King is an award-winning novelist, scriptwriter, and performer, whose books include the critically acclaimed A Short History of Indians in Canada and Green Grass, Running Water.
Graham Greene first attracted international attention in the film Dancing with Wolves and makes regular appearances in movies and on television.
"The writing is feisty and fast . . . King is having fun here . . . Mark Twain was of the opinion that the truth was the funniest joke in the world. All good satire springs from that notion, and this book qualifies as such." — Globe and Mail