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... show more
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….
Publish date: March 22nd 2011
Pages no: 368
Edition language: English
Series: Walker Papers .5 included (#6)
Joanne is getting used to her Shaman powers and taking the lead more and more – though she still has plenty to learn and some surprising ambushes, especially on when her “warrior path” will or will not permit violence. Usually not. Her plate is full this book – a domestic violence case that puts h...
So far, my favourite book in the series!From reticent shaman to someone who finally feels confortable in her skin, Joanne's character has really undergo some monumental changes.She continues to be her same "funny" self. She has one of the craziest senses of humour i've met in a book, and then she's ...
I'm fuming! After book after book of unrequited love, the ending made me want to scream. How did she make reservations for Ireland come out of her butt because she hadn't been planning on going there at all and she didn't make any phone calls from the cave so it was total bullshit that she had to ...
Joanne is once again in a sticky situation. Amusingly enough, she even compares herself to Angela Lansbury. This story references more American pop culture then many of the books I've recently read. I like this since my mind works in similar patterns of making connections by concepts. I digress. ...
Whew!This was a great book, and easily my favourite so far. As you can see from the back-cover blurb Joanne actually goes on a date with Morrison! Did you hear what I said? A Date! With Morrison! I know!Of course partially shifting into a Coyote during a "special" dance performance will put a dampen...