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I loved the jungle beat mysteries...the only thing that I couldnt get ready for was he downing God and Jesus!!! All 4 books wa truly fascinating the Samoan culture.. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Shunnie
Great picture of another culture that occasionally rubs up against ours.Published 2 months ago by Jeanne W. Gamag
I enjoyed the first in this series and this was even more enjoyable. Detective Apelu is noir in Samoa, complete with crooked cops and a nagging wife. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Judith Favia
April is a colorful character. Insights to Samoan Culture are interesting. This book did not seem to have the plot or character development of the first one. A fast read.Published 7 months ago by Hadlock
John Enright's FIRE KNIFE DANCING was my first foray into the at once exotic, shabby, complicated and humanly familiar world of his Detective Apelu. Read morePublished 8 months ago by bud navero
Exciting to the end. A good mystery with lots of local color. Not as philosophical as the first but still thoughtful in places. Can't wait for the next one.Published 9 months ago by Kindle Customer
In Fire Knife Dancing, Detective Sergeant Apelu Soifua is chasing criminals in American Samoa. Charming and persevering, Apelu won't stop until he gets it solved. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Epilady
I really enjoyed Enright's writing in this book. I felt the cultural landscaping was completely genuine. It was if I was there and knew these people. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Quickbeam