One can see why Rusty, Golden Richardâ€™s son, would call him Sasquatch. After all, Golden is a lumbering, huge hulk of a man and to his son, probably as elusive to spot as Bigfoot. This is because Rusty is one of 28 children and Golden Richards is the â€śLonely Polygamistâ€ť outlined in this novelâ€™s title.
On her way to work, Lilli Chischilly finds two dead coyotes on the hood of her truck. She knows itâ€™s a message but hasnâ€™t figured out who, what or why. Lilli buried the coyotes, but thatâ€™s just the first piece of a mystery that grows in size and complexity every time she turns around. A murdered Navajo man found in the Badlands with coyote reproductive parts shoved down his throat; a series of photographs of a girl taken by her friend from long ago, Jerome Bah; political favors wanted from the presidential front runner; and another man who wants to kill the candidate to revenge a family wrong from the past. Somehow they all connect.