Shadow Walker is a bit of a let down. The opening action consists of Janet falling into a sinkhole so this decline in overall bookish quality seems to fall in line with the landscape. Books one and two are admired for their world opposed to Janet construction.
Firewalker hits all the high and low notes of its sister book: valleys, mountains, whodunit crime scenes, and a series of questions put off until the absolute end for fulfillment. To be annoyed by this consistent stonewall is only expected; however, the colorful set pieces in Death Valley, Las Vegas, and various other river […]
Dynamite! Vortexes, a Southwestern setting, motorcycles, missing person cases? ***** Stormwalker evinces a picky intelligence. You can just see the tumbleweeds coming. Janet Begay has been a rolling stone since before this book picks up, seeking to put aside a past that she cannot avoid. Much of this fate comes into play once JB meets […]