The Lava Witch
Book 3 of the Dark Paradise Mysteries series
will be enthralled.
PUBLISHERS WEEKLY STARRED REVIEW:
"This procedural keeps readers guessing all the way to the gratifying solution.
Fans of Tony Hillerman will be enthralled."
The grim hard facts of a bizarre ritual murder collide with local legends of sorcery and possession for Maui detective Kali Māhoe.
"A cool police procedural with engaging characters and fascinating components."
— Kirkus Reviews
"This clever and addictive novel surprises at every turn, so grab your sunglasses and enjoy the ride."
— Edwin Hill, author of Little Comfort and The Missing Ones
“An exciting blend of Hawaiian folklore and mystery. From page one to a stirring finish, Debra Bokur delivers a real page turner here. And Kali Māhoe, wonderfully rich, complicated and compelling, is the real deal. I can’t wait for her next adventure.”
— Tracy Clark, author of the Cass Raines Chicago Mystery series
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"Debra Bokur’s The Fire Thief has all the elements of a great mystery—crackling tension, brisk pacing, a vibrant setting, and a flicker of paranormal . . . or is it?"
— Wendy Corsi Staub, New York Times bestselling author
“The Fire Thief will make you an instant fan of its rock-solid protagonist, Kali Māhoe.”
— Lisa Black, New York Times bestselling author of the Gardiner and Renner novels
From Publisher's Weekly:
“Even paradise has a dark side as shown in Bokur’s welcome debut and series launch introducing Det. Kali Māhoe, of the Maui PD, who’s also a cultural anthropologist…Bokur nimbly contrasts the Hawaii of sun and golden beaches with its less well-known underbelly of poverty, discrimination, and crime. Fans of strong female cops will look forward to Kali’s further adventures.”
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