Second Sunrise : A Lee Nez Novel
New Mexico State Police Officer Lee Nez is a nightwalker, a Navajo vampire. Thanks to the quick work of a Navajo shaman, Lee can walk about in the day and prefers his blood refrigerated-but his vampire nature makes him a magnet for other supernatural entities. Take his current cases. Lee suspects that the vampire who created him during World War II is back in the US, searching for a cache of stolen plutonium. And Lee's being stalked by the remnants of a pack of skinwalkers-Navajo shapeshifters-who are literally out for his blood. When the FBI shows up, in the person of the very attractive Diane Lopez, Lee's problems only increase. He can't tell Diane that the case she's looking into involves skinwalkers or that its his supernatural abilities that make him such a great cop. And teaming up with Lee could be very hazardous to her health.
- Paperback | 336 pages
- 104.14 x 172.72 x 25.4mm | 136.08g
- 02 Nov 2004
- New York, NY, United States
"Is there anything a Navajo vampire cop can''t handle? Apparently not. Paced like a hundred-yard dash. Cross-genre entertainment at the top of its form."
About Aimee Thurlo
Aimee and David Thurlo have been married for more than thirty years and have been writing novels together for nearly that long, in a variety of genres including romance, young adult, and mystery. They have three ongoing mystery series, the "Sister Agatha" series, starring a cloistered nun, the "Lee Nez" series, featuring a Navajo vampire who teams up with a female FBI agent to fight crimes that have elements of the supernatural, and their flagship series, the critically-acclaimed "Ella Clah" novels. Several Ella Clah novels, including T"racking Bear, Red Mesa, " and "Shooting Chant," have received starred reviews from Booklist. David Thurlo was raised on the Navajo Indian Reservation and later taught school in Shiprock, also on the Rez. Aimee, a native of Havana, Cuba, has lived in New Mexico for more than thirty years. The Thurlos share their home with dogs, horses, and various pet rodents. They have written more than fifty novels which have been published in more than twenty countries."