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by C.E. Murphy

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Urban Fantasy

2004 Best Contemporary Novel (with Romantic Elements) Nominee

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The third book in Murphy's Walker Papers series is a welcome return to the fine form of the first. Tightly written and paced, it has a compelling, interesting protagonist, whose struggles and successes will captivate new and old readers alike.

Seattle's been struck by a supernatural blue flu of sorts -- police officers are falling asleep for no
discernible reason, and they're
not waking up. Shaman Joanne Walker, fortunately, is not one of
them. Figuring that the sleeping
sickness is magical in origin, she
investigates and discovers that
that the illness has its roots in the
awakening of her power several months before.

Once Joanne starts poking around in the spirit world, she can't rest until she defeats the power putting her friends and colleagues to sleep and starts to come to terms with her troubled past and tumultuous present.
(Luna, May, 416 pp., $14.95)

Reviewed By: Natalie A. Luhrs

Publisher: Luna

Published: May 2007

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