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Spirit Dances by C.E. Murphy
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Jun 17, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: fiction, modern-myth

C.E. Murphy is definitely growing as a writer. This is the 6th in the Walker Papers, and I can really see the development of her talent. There have been parts of the last two books that have had me literally laughing out loud, and that didn't happen in the first couple of books.

As Murphy's writing has developed, so has her character. Joanne Walker (Siobhan Walkingstick) is also coming into her own. She is much more accepting of her talents, and more willing to do what needs to be done to save the day. I'm enjoying the growing relationship between Walker and Morrison, and look forward to seeing what happens now that Walker has resigned from the police force.

This novel is a major departure for Walker, and there are now endless possibilities as to what might happen. The auther has caught me, and I want to see where we're going.

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