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Tropic of Night | [Michael Gruber]

Tropic of Night

Jane Doe was a promising anthropologist, an expert on shamanism. Now she's nothing, a shadow living under an assumed identity in Miami with a little girl to protect. Everyone thinks she's dead. Or so Jane hopes.
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Jane Doe was a promising anthropologist, an expert on shamanism. Now she's nothing, a shadow living under an assumed identity in Miami with a little girl to protect. Everyone thinks she's dead. Or so Jane hopes.

Then the killings start, a series of ritualistic murders that terrifies all of Miami. The investigator is Jimmy Paz, a Cuban-American police detective. There are witnesses, but they can recall almost nothing of the events, as though their memory has been erased, as if a spell has been cast on each of them. Equally bizarre is the string of clues Paz uncovers: a divination charm, exotic drugs found in the bodies of the victims, a century-old report telling of a secret place in the heart of Africa.

These clues point Paz inexorably toward the fugitive, Jane Doe, and force Jane to realize that the darkness she has fled is hunting her down. By the time her path intersects with Jimmy Paz's, the two will be thrust into a cataclysmic battle with an evil unimaginable to the Western mind.

©2003 Michael Gruber; (P)2003 HarperCollins Publishers, Inc.

What the Critics Say

"First-time novelist Gruber keeps his far-flung locations, complicated characters, and anthropological information perfectly balanced in this finely crafted, intelligent, and original work." (Publishers Weekly)
"This intelligent thriller builds tension from the first page....This book has movie potential written all over it, which is no criticism of its depth, simply a compliment to its strong and colorful story line." (Booklist)

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    Patricia Tinley Park, IL, United States 10-30-06
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    I enjoy the work of the author, Michael Gruber. and this is an interesting and well written thriller. Unfortunately, the narrator's constant mispronouncation of Cuban-African terms and names were difficult to listen to and ruined the rhythm of the story. A few minutes spent learning the correct pronounciation would have made this a 5 star listen.

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