Seattle police detective Joanne Walker started the year mostly dead, and she’s ending it trying not to be consumed by evil. Literally.
She’s proven she can handle the gods and the walking dead. But a cannibalistic serial killer? That’s more than even she bargained for. What’s worse, the brutal demon can only be tracked one way. If Joanne is to stop its campaign of terror, she’ll have to hunt it where it lives: the Lower World, a shamanistic plane of magic and spirits.
Trouble is, Joanne’s skills are no match for the dangers she’s about to face—and her on-the-job training could prove fatal to the people she’s sworn to protect.…
©2010 C.E. Murphy (P)2010 Audible, Inc.
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Murphy creates a wonderfully vivid world with all the emotional trimmings. Joanne Walker is a dynamic heroine with a wonderful inner voice. This installment focuses on Joanne's role as protector and healer and we see Joanne heal herself as well as find out more about Coyote. Murphy is a fantastic writer and this is an excellent book!
All of it!
I enjoyed this book. I'm not sure if I liked or hated the emotions the boiled up in me when Jo came face to face with Sarah but this book sure did have teeth. I was kinda hoping for more of a punch, but I have a feeling we'll be seeing Sarah again.
well I have listened to all of her books -- This one was okay -- not as good as the first ones but I listened to get more of her story --
Murphy has a new one out about Joann which I will get to hear the rest of the story --
A different reader. Her male voices are hideous. She makes Morrison sound like a pipsqueak.
Lorelei King, Marguerite Gavin, or Dina Perlman.
Disappointment. This is the best novel in the series, but the audiobook is so bad I could only listen to a few minutes of it.
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