Death on Sacred Ground (Young Adult Fiction) by Harriet K. Feder

By Harriet K. Feder

While 10th grader Vivi Hartman arrives along with her rabbi father at a Seneca reservation to rearrange the funeral of a Jewish woman who died violently, she reveals herself investigating rumors of homicide.

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I could tell she was lying, but her grandmother didn’t seem to notice. “That bike! ” Shirley said. ” “That pollution missile? ” Shirley turned to Dad. “I give up. ” As she blurted out a list of anti-Paula com­ plaints, I pointed to the utility dam photo. “You did a great job on that one,” I told her. 54 Paula grimaced. “Yeah. I keep it there to re­ mind me how bad the state stinks. ” I shrugged. ” Her eyes flashed. “Sure. Only thing is, it’s clear under the dam. It’s like, ‘Come into my parlor.

Dad wrinkled his forehead. ” Number Seven was a square yellow shack. The wind had picked up, rustling frosty tinted stalks in the desolate looking backyard veg­ etable garden. Compared to its closest neighbor—an ancient trailer on blocks—Number Seven was a palace. A snarling German shep­ herd, straining against a chain anchored into the hard ground, stood guard over Shirley’s old station wagon. He had to outweigh Farfel by sixty pounds. My father murmured a prayer and moved his crutches toward the house.

Bill Hansen the quarterback? I wouldn’t mind beginning something with him,” Debbie said, smiling. “I doubt if he scored any goals with her,” Aaron said. ” “Yeah, I bet that’s all he did,” Paula said. Aaron shrugged. “It wasn’t Bill’s idea. Mr. Guthrie was the one who thought it would be great to have someone with Mindy’s back­ ground teaching Old Testament stuff. ” Paula scowled. “And went from Orthodox Jew to Jesus Freak in the process. At least you didn’t have that far to go. ” Arron pointed to the three sisters patch on Paula’s backpack.

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