In The Case of the Indian Trader, we learn that for more than 40 years, Billy Malone had cultivated a trusting relationship with the Navajo Indians.
He later operated the 19th-century Hubbell Trading Post as an employee of the National Park Service before becoming the target of injustice and incompetence by the federal government. When Paul Berkowitz, a criminal investigator for the NPS, is assigned the case, he blows the whistle on his own employers. Can this really happen? For Malone, it hasn’t ended.