Amerind’s Online Happy Hour Book Club with Sara Sue Hoklotubbe

November 5, 2020 at 5:00 P.M. MST

We are excited that the Amerind Foundation is hosting an online happy hour book club for University of Arizona Press author, Sara Sue Hoklotubbe!

Join author Sara Sue Hoklotubbe in a discussion of her most recent Sadie Walela mystery, Betrayal at the Buffalo Ranch. Margaret Coel, New York Times best-selling author, describes the book as “a compelling, tautly written, and hard-to-put-down mystery. Betrayal at the Buffalo Ranch takes you into the lives and cultures of modern-day Cherokees, all the while keeping you guessing and turning the pages until the very end.”

Join your friends and meet new ones in a Zoom book discussion group. Sara Sue will talk about her writing career and the Sadie Walela mystery series. Participants will then join smaller groups for a more intimate conversation about the book. Connect with new and old friends and learn more about contemporary Cherokee life and the land.

Please enjoy the book before joining in the discussion. We don’t want you to be surprised by any spoilers! You can purchase Sara Sue’s book through the University of Arizona Press or your local independent bookstore.

Sara Sue Hoklotubbe, Cherokee tribal citizen, is author of the award-winning Sadie Walela Mystery Series set within the Cherokee Nation in northeastern Oklahoma where she grew up. She is winner of the WILLA Literary Award, the New Mexico-Arizona Mystery Book of the Year Award, and the Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers Mystery of the Year Award.

Registration for this online program is free, but space is limited. Register here.

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