Tropic of Night

Tropic of Night

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Jimmy Paz, a Cuban-American police detective is investigating a series of ritualistic murders, and the bizarre clues point to Jane Doe, an anthropologist and expert on shamanism, who is on the run from a powerful shaman, the very serial killer that Paz seeks.
Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, 2009, c2003
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780060509545
0060509546
9780061650734
0061650730
Branch Call Number: FIC GRU

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Northbrook_Eric Aug 05, 2011

Wow. How did I not hear of this author? This is a darkly compelling work that blows the fiction of Lincoln Child and Douglas Preston completely off the map. Gruber has an obvious and fluid understanding of shamanism and the limits of Western thought. On top of this he has a great sense of plot, timing and overall storytelling. This is on par with Dan Simmons' best work

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