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Demon Hunts (Walker Papers Series #5)

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  • Posted April 14, 2010

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    an enjoyable urban fantasy police procedural

    The Seattle area is terrorized by the Seattle Slaughter, a serial killer who dines on his victims; the latest one Charlie Groleski had his left arm eaten. Half-Cherokee, half-Irish Seattle police detective Joanne Walker fears the culprit is from beyond; perhaps a banshee or a wendigo.

    She and her SPD psychic partner Billy Holliday investigates though the Urban Shaman would prefer not to work on the anniversary of her mom's death. However, the return of her mentor lover Coyote gives her hope as they team up to do a soul retrieval on her mom; but she is also afraid as she now realizes she must venture into the dangerous otherworldly Lower and Middle World to rescue the victims and combat the monster on his plane.

    Book Five of the Walker Papers (see Walking Dead and Coyote Dreams) is an enjoyable urban fantasy police procedural as fans of the series will welcome back Coyote. Although the Seattle Slaughter fails to terrorize the readers, fans of the saga will appreciate the entry as Joanne's Superior Morrison seems more adjusted to her paranormal skills and of course the return of Coyote.

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  • Posted December 14, 2012

    You have to read this series!!!

    I happened upon this series while searching through my nook. I fell in love with this series. They are fun easy reads, and you never want to put them down. They are a must read. The only down side is that I wish they were longer and that the next book was out.

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  • Posted April 5, 2011

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    Must Check it out...You will love this series

    I love this series, it's very entertaining...I love the interaction between the characters, it's a awesome book. If you Like science fiction and fantasy mix, this is the book for you...I would read this author anytime...She hooks you in the first few pages and keeps your attention and leaves wanting more...i can't wait for the next book in this series...

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  • Posted February 4, 2011

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    Best in the series so far

    Demon Hunts (Walker Papers, Book 5) by C E Murphy is definitely the best book in the series so far. It's Christmas time and Santa has a lot of surprises in store for Joanne Walker. Not long after the events of Walking Dead (The Walker Papers, Book 4), the Seattle area is hit with a new serial killer--a paranormal killer who chews on his victims. Joanne & Billy are on the case--but there's not much to go on. This killer leaves no trace evidence, not even the kind these two paranormal detectives can find. Frustration leads them to involve a civilian in the case, which, of course, backfires on them leaving Joanne in the doghouse with Morrison and them both with a deadline to meet or else face suspension.

    The mystery of this story is very interesting--it involves a wendigo and it forces Joanne to continue expanding her perception of her power and the realities in which she works. However, what is more interesting is Joanne's journey in this book. She comes face to face with people from her past and has to begin the difficult process of knitting together her life from before her tragedy at 15 with her present life. She also becomes more aware of the significance of her mother's death in the spiritual world and her place in it.

    Never in doubt is the fact that Joanne will find the killer and save the city, but she faces some pretty difficult choices during her quest. She has to embrace both her healing path and her warrior's path, which may have serious repercussions on her relationships. In the end, however, she meets the challenges and makes the tough decisions to keep her on her destined path. And, she starts the new year with a bit of hope.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 25, 2010

    Joanne grows up.

    C.E. Murphy has created another wonderful installment in the Walker Paper's series. Joanne really comes into her own in Demon Hunts. She learns more about her powers and responsiblities as a shaman.

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