Jack D'Amico, a newly minted physician is catapulted to a military posting on the Zuni reservation in New Mexico. Sadly, his family is murdered. And he's next on the list, but why? Both a contract killer and the FBI are after him. In gratitude for saving his son, a Zuni medicine man, a shiwani, spirits Jack into hiding. Speed and greed drive the chase while the energy of the four winds and those of the worlds above and below direct Jack to safety. Trying to stay alive, Jack has to ask himself what is real, what the shiwani sees or what the killers see? Or, what Jack thinks he is seeing? Strap yourself in and go for the ride of your life.
About Kent Jacobs (Albuquerque, New Mexico Author)
While writing Zuni Stew and his forthcoming book, Hopi Tea, physician and arts advocate Kent Jacobs drew richly upon his life in New Mexico, specifically his tenure at the Zuni hospital. There he absorbed the culture, traditions of the people and the spirit of the land. He knew the medicine men; they respected the “white doc.” Jacobs’s other thrillers include Breckkan and The Turned Field. A graduate of Northwestern University Medicine, with a postgraduate from the University of Colorado College of Medical School, he lives with his wife, painter Sallie Ritter, in southern New Mexico.