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Publisher's Summary

Nothing in Cree's experience as a Harvard-trained clinical psychologist or as a paranormal investigator has prepared her for Tommy Keeday's case. A talented young Navajo, Tommy has recently been exhibiting bizarre symptoms that his family believes are signs of possession by a chindi, a hostile spirit. As Cree struggles to find answers, she becomes increasingly aware that Tommy and the people who surround him have some deep and disturbing secrets. The follow-up to City of Masks and Daniel Hecht's latest novel, the second in the Cree Black series is a thrillingly plausible supernatural mystery, a passionate love story, and a thoughtful exploration of Navajo culture and identity in modern America.
©2004 Daniel Hecht and Christine Klaine
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By JoAnn on 04-27-04

Another fascinating book

Cree Black is a psychologist who studies and assists people experiencing paranormal events. Cree Black and her team investigate these events using traditional and historical research in addition to the paranormal research. This book is squarely based in reality; discussing possible plausible explanations for paranormal events and placing paranormal events in historical and cultural context. When reading, you don't feel like you have to totally suspend disbelief for the entire 17 hours (as you sometimes do with a Dean Koontz or Stephen King). This book is more about solving the mystery using psychology and research than about the paranormal experience - this would be a good book for people who like mysteries but need a break from the gruesome serial killer genre so prevalent among the best seller list. The narration is also excellent with good accents for the different characters. I could not stop listening to this.

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By Sherry on 05-05-04

Must Read!

I discovered City of Masks and was unable to stop listening. Now Cree Black (and friends) are back in this Land of Echoes. I only hope and pray the author is busy writing another installment in this series as I type this. This book is paranormal suspense at its finest! Kudos to Cree - a fresh, new character on the scene with so many more cases to be solved. I will be up late at night listening and experiencing the paranormal plot as it thickens. I find myself so engrossed in the book that the hours fly by. A must read.

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