INAGEHI. Seattle: Broken Moon Press, . Octavo, pictorial wrappers. First edition. Signed on the title page by Cady. After the death of her mother, Harriette Johnson, a music teacher and mixed-blood Cherokee, returns to her family's farm in North Carolina and is confronted with the unsolved murder of her father who has been dead for seven years. "A post factum summary … does little justice to the experience of reading INAGEHI, which makes us share to the fullest Harriette's curiosity, bafflement, and progressively enriched perceptions of the people and landscape around her as she tries to sort out who and what is malign or benign, mundane or supernatural." - Simeon McCulloch, Necrofile: The Review of Horror Literature #14 (1994), p. 9. Runner-up for the 1995 Philip K. Dick Award. Trade paperback format. "Signed copy" sticker affixed to front cover. A fine copy. (#164465).
First printing has code "10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1" on copyright page.