Ancient rituals. Up-to-the minute deception. Reporter Taylor McWhorter knows something is going on at the newly reopened uranium mine on the local Navajo reservation. The Native workers are being fired. Rumors of bad Native American spirits and shapeshifters mingle with the stink of leach pit mining. The rough red mountains and steep canyons hide more passes and getaway trails than any maze. And Tayloras sources keep turning up deadab Until she meets Captain Trace Yazzie, head of the tribal police force and plenty to reckon with on his own. The chemistry between them is enough to incinerate Tayloras rule about mixing business and pleasure. But with a murderer on the loose, priceless Navajo artifacts turning up in the wrong places, and Traceas suggestion that spirits disturbed from looted burial sites might be part of the problem, Taylor canat afford to lose her head to lust. This might be the story of the year. But unless she keeps her wits about her, it could be the last one Taylor ever tellsab 71, 268 WordsaLeach-pit mining involves removing huge amounts of rock, crushing it, and leaching the uranium from the rock with chemicals. Some mines average ninety tons of waste tailings for every one ton of uranium they extract. aDo those tailings ... aHow much would that plan cost a mining operation?a aWhat price can you put onanbsp;...
|Title||:||Death & Desire|
|Publisher||:||Lyrical Press - 2015-03-17|