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Four Corners War (Pacheco & Chino Mysteries Book 3)

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The third book in the Award Winning series Pacheco & Chino. All known sins come into play in a small town drama that will take Pacheco and Chino into a conflict that will involve many of the good citizens of Farmington and the nearby Navajo Nation. Rejoin Ray Pacheco and Tyee Chino in their latest adventure unraveling a maze of misdeeds involving wealth, power, political co The third book in the Award Winning series Pacheco & Chino. All known sins come into play in a small town drama that will take Pacheco and Chino into a conflict that will involve many of the good citizens of Farmington and the nearby Navajo Nation. Rejoin Ray Pacheco and Tyee Chino in their latest adventure unraveling a maze of misdeeds involving wealth, power, political corruption and Navajo warriors. Farmington, New Mexico located in the Four Corners area where four states meet is about to experience a level of crime and mayhem never seen before. The local sheriff has abandoned his post and taken old military equipment,including a tank, off to Colorado to prepare for the beginning of the end. Left behind is the body of his wife, who was having an affair with the richest man in town. Ray and Tyee's task is to stop a war between two states and possibly the Navajo Nation and find a murderer or two.


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The third book in the Award Winning series Pacheco & Chino. All known sins come into play in a small town drama that will take Pacheco and Chino into a conflict that will involve many of the good citizens of Farmington and the nearby Navajo Nation. Rejoin Ray Pacheco and Tyee Chino in their latest adventure unraveling a maze of misdeeds involving wealth, power, political co The third book in the Award Winning series Pacheco & Chino. All known sins come into play in a small town drama that will take Pacheco and Chino into a conflict that will involve many of the good citizens of Farmington and the nearby Navajo Nation. Rejoin Ray Pacheco and Tyee Chino in their latest adventure unraveling a maze of misdeeds involving wealth, power, political corruption and Navajo warriors. Farmington, New Mexico located in the Four Corners area where four states meet is about to experience a level of crime and mayhem never seen before. The local sheriff has abandoned his post and taken old military equipment,including a tank, off to Colorado to prepare for the beginning of the end. Left behind is the body of his wife, who was having an affair with the richest man in town. Ray and Tyee's task is to stop a war between two states and possibly the Navajo Nation and find a murderer or two.

30 review for Four Corners War (Pacheco & Chino Mysteries Book 3)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Abibliofob

    It took a while to get this book, but I finally got it. Sadly it feels like this is the last in the series. This is a complicated case for our retired sheriff and his fishing buddy. I am really glad that I found this author a while back because it has been fun reading from the start.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pamela A. Schmeckpeper

    Entertaining, though awkwardly written in places. Good-hearted characters and quirky bad guys.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mike Black

    Fun series of books Enjoyed all three of the series. Ted Clifton develops his characters fully and I enjoyed getting to know them. You will too!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Bonnye Reed

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  5. 4 out of 5

    Bertha

    In some respects this is a three star book; in others it rates four. The retired sheriff and his Apache partner are summoned by the governor to Farmington, New Mexico where the sheriff has taken the department’s military surplus equipment with a militia group to the mountains of Colorado. The bodies begin to pile up. The FBI and BIA are searching for missing millions on the Navajo reservation and at the feet of the richest man in town. There are numerous interesting characters. The plot has lots In some respects this is a three star book; in others it rates four. The retired sheriff and his Apache partner are summoned by the governor to Farmington, New Mexico where the sheriff has taken the department’s military surplus equipment with a militia group to the mountains of Colorado. The bodies begin to pile up. The FBI and BIA are searching for missing millions on the Navajo reservation and at the feet of the richest man in town. There are numerous interesting characters. The plot has lots of twists. Yet, like Ray, the whole feels tired, on its last legs. Which is a shame because there is something about this author’s writing that makes it most enjoyable to read. It is relaxing yet enticing. This third book in this series just doesn’t match the verve of the first which had many laugh out loud moments. Those and the fuller character development are missing and their lack is mourned by this reader.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jan

    The retired sheriff and his fishing buddy need to go out of town at the request of the governor and finds out the who but also the why for all the sudden murders in Farmington. He also learns that he'd rather be at home and his wife feels the same. Some areas of the book seemed disconnected until I could see it all coming together. Loved it! Narrator Scott R. Pollak does a great job of interpreting the various characters and differentiating each one. The retired sheriff and his fishing buddy need to go out of town at the request of the governor and finds out the who but also the why for all the sudden murders in Farmington. He also learns that he'd rather be at home and his wife feels the same. Some areas of the book seemed disconnected until I could see it all coming together. Loved it! Narrator Scott R. Pollak does a great job of interpreting the various characters and differentiating each one.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    I couldn't put this book down until I found out not just the who but also the why concerning the sudden rash of murders in Farmington. Usually if I want a good western with modern day American Indians I normally read something written by Hillerman or Craig Johnson. I will now add Ted Clifton to that short list. Read it and enjoy as for me I have to hunt down some more of his books. I couldn't put this book down until I found out not just the who but also the why concerning the sudden rash of murders in Farmington. Usually if I want a good western with modern day American Indians I normally read something written by Hillerman or Craig Johnson. I will now add Ted Clifton to that short list. Read it and enjoy as for me I have to hunt down some more of his books.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Sheppard

    Once I got past the slow start of this book I really enjoyed reading it. This is a complicated case for our retired sheriff and his fishing buddy. Sadly it feels like this might be the last in the series. I really liked getting to know all of the characters in this story. I am really glad that I found this author a while back because it has been fun reading from the start.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jim Parker

    Any which way but loose This third Pacheco & Chino that I have read . It just might be the best one . Clifton is a mystery writer who knows how to fully develop his characters as well his plots. If real characters and well plotted mysteries read on.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

    Good story, great characters Enjoyed this book. Really like the local flavor for an area I know and love. Really hope the author writes many more.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Melissa

    So good! I Love these characters and all they get into! There is always lots of action, laughs and peril involved, but this one has consequences, too.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sienna S'Zell

    I love these guys! I've read all the previous books, and this one was definitely more complicated with a pretty confusing plot. Definitely worth reading! I love these guys! I've read all the previous books, and this one was definitely more complicated with a pretty confusing plot. Definitely worth reading!

  13. 5 out of 5

    Bruce

    Three and done Some good, more bad. A fitting way to end a trilogy that probably jumped the shark of Elephant Butte Lake early in book two. Thanks for the memories, gang.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Noelle Sparks

    This was my first book in this series, and the last book in the series. I liked it enough that I plan to find and read the rest of this series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    J.D. Schechter

    Excellent Just when you're sure you have it all figured out, the story takes a new twist...and then another. The pace is slow, but the read is worth it Excellent Just when you're sure you have it all figured out, the story takes a new twist...and then another. The pace is slow, but the read is worth it

  16. 4 out of 5

    Beverly Kee

    This was close to my favorite of this three book series! But I didn't want to let them go off to their own ways! Guess I'll have to read the next series by this author. Loved how you feel like you actually know both the area and the food! This was close to my favorite of this three book series! But I didn't want to let them go off to their own ways! Guess I'll have to read the next series by this author. Loved how you feel like you actually know both the area and the food!

  17. 4 out of 5

    nancy jill kennedy

    So So Lots of twists and turns with lots of unique characters. Seems like there were loose ends and I could have used a bit more character development. Glad I finished this book and think it will be the last Pacheco Chino adventure.

  18. 4 out of 5

    IMHO

    RECOMMENDED "Four Corners War", the 3rd book in the Pacheco & Chino series, involves a very difficult investigation, that brings Ray to the realization that he wants to go home and spend more time with his wife. RECOMMENDED "Four Corners War", the 3rd book in the Pacheco & Chino series, involves a very difficult investigation, that brings Ray to the realization that he wants to go home and spend more time with his wife.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Marilyn

    Good A book that brings about how a retired sheriff and his native American Indian worked together to help their govern

  20. 5 out of 5

    RK

  21. 5 out of 5

    Margaret Jan

  22. 4 out of 5

    Susan Mills

  23. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn C. Oglevie

  24. 5 out of 5

    Walter Critz

  25. 4 out of 5

    c. white

  26. 5 out of 5

    Tom Bogan

  27. 5 out of 5

    Janet McDowell

  28. 5 out of 5

    Linda

  29. 4 out of 5

    Rita Spillman-Bills

  30. 5 out of 5

    Jeanne Johnson

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