How to say Tsalagee can be a mystery to some. Dancy Rainwater, an old Cherokee woman, says it’s pronounced CHA-la-gey (rhymes with key). But the mysteries and legends of Tsalagee, Oklahoma are many.
In this first novel of the series, two outlaw bikers ride into town looking to find the Lost Treasure of Belle Starr. A local farmer is murdered, a man rumored to have knowledge of the lost treasure’s location…and its curse; a curse that’s said to involve a forest demon known by Native American lore as “Hill Man who screams at night.”
What reviewers are saying about Treasure Kills, Legends of Tsalagee:
“Fun story…rollicking good time” “Can’t put it down once you start” “thoroughly entertained by this book – lots of laughs” “characters could live in my hometown” “funniest book I’ve read in ages” “colorful characters and rich prose” “on the edge of my seat with suspense, but laughed out loud at some scenarios” “Carl Hiassen redux” “kept seeing this as delightful movie” “a mystery you may not solve until the end”