Tropic of Night

Harper Collins, 27.01.2004 - 480 Seiten

Jane Doe lives in the shadows under an assumed name. A once-promising anthropologist and an expert on shamanism, everyone thinks she's dead. Or so she hopes.

Jimmy Paz is a Cuban-American police detective. Straddling two cultures, he understands things others cannot.

When the killings start -- a series of ritualistic murders -- all of Miami is terrified. Especially Jane. She knows the dark truth that Jimmy must desperately search to uncover. As their lives slowly interconnect, Jane and Paz are soon caught in a cataclysmic battle between good and an evil as unimaginable as it is terrifying . . .

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Nutzerbericht  - decaturmamaof2 - LibraryThing

in the middle of this one... i like it but parts of it are creepy so I can't read it at night (LOL!) -- finished this book - didn't like it as much as first Jimmy Paz novel, but very well done nevertheless. Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Nutzerbericht  - CSDaley - LibraryThing

My bad streak continues. I even gave it more than my usual 100 pages to decide but the story just never caught my attention. I am starting to wonder if I am just not in the mood to read right now. Vollständige Rezension lesen

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Über den Autor (2004)

New York Times bestselling author Michael Gruber is the author of five acclaimed novels. He lives in Seattle.

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