A serial killer follows Du PrÃ© from Washington, DC, back to Montana
A lost and frightened horse plods down the National Mall, startling the crowd. When Gabriel Du PrÃ© spots the confused animal, the connection is immediate, for neither of these creatures belongs in the sweltering heat of a DC summer. Du PrÃ©, a MÃ©tis Indian from the wilds of Montana, calms the horse and leads it to the nearest policeman. Du PrÃ© is in Washington to play his peopleâs music for a Smithsonian festival, but after leading the horse to safety, he encounters a murder instead.
The dead woman is Cree Indian, come down from Canada to sing in the festival. Du PrÃ© tries to put her death out of his mind and returns to Montana, but more killings follow: each time with a primitive weapon, each time foretold by a local shaman. As the body count rises and the killer closes on Du PrÃ©, the lawman vows to never again make the mistake of leaving Montana.
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