Spirit Dances

Spirit Dances

Book - 2011
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For Seattle detective Joanne Walker, spring is about new beginnings. She's mastered her shamanic abilities (mostly), survived a cannibalistic serial killer (barely) and now she's facing the biggest challenge of her career--attending a dance concert with her sexy boss, Captain Michael Morrison. But when the performance--billed as transformative--actually changes her into a coyote, she and Morrison have bigger things to deal with.

And there's more. Homeless people are disappearing, a mystical murder puts Joanne way out of her jurisdiction and with the full moon coming on, it's looking like the killer is a creature that can't possibly exist.

But Jo could probably handle all of that, if one ordinary homicide hadn't pushed her to the very edge....
Publisher: New York : Luna, c2011
ISBN: 9780373803255
Branch Call Number: MURP
Characteristics: 361 p. ; 21 cm

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alexwiestjr
Jun 18, 2014

very good book

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ShamaBole
Nov 24, 2012

Fairly enjoyable, but I do get tired of her conversational dysfunction, akin to an awkward 13 year old's - I think it is supposed to be endearing? - and her relentless incompetence.

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fatcat21
Oct 12, 2012

A really good urban fantasy series. This is the 6th in the series but it stands alone pretty well. I personally thought it was the best in the series.

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emerge
Dec 31, 2011

This is a series full of engaging characters, action & imagination. However, the overall storyline is starting to get a little old. Each book involves Joanne discovering some people who have been munched on & then searching for the supernatural monster responsible. They clash endless times & after endless pages of internal dialogue, Joanne emerges triumphant. The plot involving her & Morrison is getting really tiresome & static. Time to fish or cut bait. You have to really like the characters because the monster chases are completely interchangeable from one book to the next. Perhaps a little less introspective chatter & an injection of new characters in the next one?

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