Father John had watched as once again Ned walked away without voicing the problem that seemed to be bearing him down. And now, Ned was dead, murdered and there would be no way to help at all. The Feds seem to think it could be the white girlfriend Marcy, Ned's Aunt Ella thinks so too. Ned was going to make a change in his life and was working hard to learn what was needed to join the Sun Dance. Or could it be Ned's old girlfriend Roseanne or the two Indians he told her to stay away from? Father John and Vicky are at odds with each other. Vicky is hired to protect Marcy but Father John has his doubts about her and Vicky is certain there is a connection with Roseanne. Does the Trickster, Spider have a role in all this, with the twists and turns of the case? Or is it just a single spider web, hiding a truth? As always, Ms. Coel has painted the land for us and fleshed out the haunting characters that inhabit it in a way that only she can. While we read the story we breathe the air and see the sky of the Arapaho. It is truly a different world.