2 journalers for this copy...
I've enjoyed other books by Hillerman, and this one was another good read - lots of emphasis on the beauty and the harshness of the wilderness, and the interactions between the Navaho and the outsiders. I was amused to find the actual "treasure" at the end of the story - a very nice twist on the usual varieties - and also tickled by Jim Chee's rather casual reaction to it, as well as to the long-hidden body of (purportedly) a legendary outlaw... Very little seems to rattle Chee! ("Rattle". Heh! Don't miss the Chekhov's Rattlesnake scene!)
[There's a TV Tropes page on Hillerman and his work, with some entertaining tidbits.]