Available at All on the Same Page Bookstore, Amazon, Barnes and Noble
“Photographer Shea McKenna is propelled into a world of fraud and murder. From the Great Pyramid at Giza to the Amazon jungles, Shea has faced danger on a global scale. Adventure is the last thing on her mind when she accepts a mundane assignment to photograph American Indian artifacts for the Missouri Westward Museum. After the theft of relics, the discovery of a forged war lance, and a brutally murdered museum employee, St. Louis' finest declare Shea and the handsome Native American chieftain who restored the relics suspects. Shea is determined to solve the crimes, but events at a Patrons Ball and a fiery Indian powwow provide more questions than clues. As she gets closer to the truth she winds up with a ruthless murderer hot on her trail.”
Local author Judy Moresi captures the essence of St. Louis in her newest mystery, Tribal Fires. The book opens at the Museum of Westward Expansion, under the Arch – what better place to search for clues and solve a crime? Well-written, fast-paced, action from start to finish – Tribal Fires is a great read and a compelling look at St. Louis’ Native American culture.