Queen of the Night

Queen of the Night

Large Print - 2010
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The traditions of the Tohono O'odham people are woven into the fabric of three families as Dr. Lani Walker and Pima County homicide investigator Brian Fellows join forces to protect a little girl who witnessed her mother's murder.
Publisher: New York : William Morrow, c2010
Edition: Doubleday large print home library ed
ISBN: 9781616645496
Branch Call Number: Jance, J
Characteristics: 567 p. ; 22 cm


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Mar 18, 2014

A good story line but I got lost in trying to keep track of all the characters, just too many of them making the reading confusing and slow... However, I did manage to read it from beginning to end..

ericleblanc Dec 15, 2012

I couldn't get past 130 pages...way too many characters and hard to keep track of them all with all the different story lines. Unless you can read this one all in one sitting, I wouldn't recommend it.

Jan 11, 2012

I started by listening to the audio book, but could not keep track of the characters introduced, so I switched to the print copy. I got caught up in the book--the setting and the characters. I really enjoyed it--much more than some of the earlier books. This one was very satisfying--the happy ending--happy to me anyway, was most pleasant. If I can get to the right screen I will give it 5 stars.

Aug 08, 2010

J.A. Jance is a queen among writers. This book, like her others, is well written, thoughtful, engaging, and a delight to read. In the beginning, it was a bit difficult to keep track of who all the characters were as the action skipped back and forth between them. Leave yourself a chunk of time to read because it is hard to put down!


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