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Mountain Echoes
by C. E. Murphy

Overview - "You can never go home again"
Joanne Walker has survived an encounter with the Master at great personal cost, but now her father is missing--stolen from the timeline. She must finally return to North Carolina to find him--and to meet Aidan, the son she left behind long ago.
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Overview
"You can never go home again"
Joanne Walker has survived an encounter with the Master at great personal cost, but now her father is missing--stolen from the timeline. She must finally return to North Carolina to find him--and to meet Aidan, the son she left behind long ago.
That would be enough for any shaman to face, but Joanne's beloved Appalachians are being torn apart by an evil reaching forward from the distant past. Anything that gets in its way becomes tainted--or worse.
And Aidan has gotten in the way.
Only by calling on every aspect of her shamanic powers can Joanne pull the past apart and weave a better future. It will take everything she has--and more.
Unless she can turn back time...

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9780373803514
  • ISBN-10: 0373803516
  • Publisher: Luna Books
  • Publish Date: February 2013
  • Page Count: 352

Series: Walker Papers #1

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Books > Fiction > Romance - Fantasy

 
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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2013-01-21
  • Reviewer: Staff

Murphy’s eighth and reportedly penultimate Walker Papers urban fantasy (after Raven Calls) shifts shaman Joanne Walker’s focus from her Celtic roots to her Native American ones. Jo, called back to the Cherokee reservation where she was raised, teams up with her frenemy Sara Isaac to investigate a mysterious howling that only Native Americans can hear. There’s something more than a little discomfiting in the “magical Indian” nature of the setup, but Murphy thankfully moves past it quickly, smartly balancing apocalypse-level supernatural threats with Jo’s emotional turmoil over her past with Sara and her concern over Aiden, the son she gave up for adoption when she was a teenager. Longtime fans will appreciate the return of Jo’s “staid and steady” ex-lover Mike Morrison, and all readers will enjoy the takedown of obstructionist and bureaucratic soldiers and CDC officials. There’s enough backstory to engage newer readers, but returning readers will get the most out of the story. Agent: Jennifer Jackson, Donald Maass Literary Agency. (Mar.)

 
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