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Raven Calls (The Walker Papers Book 7) [Kindle Edition]

C.E. Murphy
4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)

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Book Description

Something wicked this way comes…

Suddenly, being bitten by a werewolf is the least of Joanne Walker's problems.

Her personal life in turmoil, her job as a cop over, she's been called to Ireland by the magic within her. And though Joanne's skills have grown by leaps and bounds, Ireland's magic is old and very powerful….

In fact, this is a case of unfinished business. Because the woman Joanne has come to Ireland to rescue is the woman who sacrificed everything for Joanne—the woman who died a year ago. Now, through a slip in time, she's in thrall to a dark power and Joanne must battle darkness, time and the gods themselves to save her.

Editorial Reviews


"Fans of Jim Butcher's Dresden Files novels and the works of urban fantasists Charles de Lint and Tanya Huff should enjoy this fantasy/mystery's cosmic elements. A good choice."

-Library Journal on Thunderbird Falls

"Tightly written and paced, [Coyote Dreams] has a compelling, interesting protagonist, whose struggles and successes will captivate new and old readers alike."

– RT Book Reviews

"Murphy's fourth Walker Papers offering is another gripping, well-written tale of what must be the world's most reluctant-and stubborn-shaman."

– RT Book Reviews on Walking Dead

About the Author

C.E. Murphy is the author of more than twenty books—along with a number of novellas and comics. Born in Alaska, currently living in Ireland, she does miss central heating, insulation and—sometimes--snow but through the wonders of the internet, her imagination and her close knit family, she’s never bored or lonely. While she does travel through time (sadly only forward, one second at a time) she can also be found online at or @ce_murphy on Twitter

Product Details

  • File Size: 786 KB
  • Print Length: 365 pages
  • Publisher: Luna; Original edition (March 1, 2012)
  • Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006QADON8
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #144,517 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Crushed by the Baggage of Previous Installements. March 8, 2012
Raven Calls suffers from the same problem that many paranormal series fall into, it is crushed under all of the different crud left over from previous books. It is burdened by the accumulated buildup of all the paranormal beings, explanations, characters and circumstances of the previous installments, including all the ones that were invented just to get around the limitations of earlier books and situations. And when the main character, Joanne, flies to Ireland, rather than take the opportunity to be free of some of that accumulation, rather than try to wash some of it off even if only for a while, C.E. Murphy just brings it all forward. And Joanne tells us about it, over and over again, in detail, and then just piles on some more.

Raven Calls starts out excitingly enough with Joanne Walker suffering from a fresh werewolf bite her healing power can't cure. She takes a desperate, spur of the moment trip to Ireland to seek a cure, risking the possibility she'll turn into a werewolf during the airline flight. Wow. But then the excitement comes crashing down. When she arrives in Ireland, there is Gary, her friend the ancient cab driver, mysteriously there already, all purpose plot filler. Gary. Again. Just there. Groan. Plot Spackle. Just spread it on anywhere the plot might need to be glossed over. And from then on the baggage just piles on.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Need an amazing read and series? March 27, 2012
I may have been at a little disadvantaged here as I haven't read this series from the beginning, but I really enjoyed reading this book. The Walker Paper series follows Joanne Walker, a mechanic, a now ex-police officer after being bitten by a werewolf and an Irish Shaman, with gifts that she doesn't let loose with until she needs to for survival.

Raven Calls opens with Joanne feeling compelled to head to Ireland; to confront her past and face her future. However, she won't be alone as her former police boss and on hold love interest Mike Morrison sends Joanne's BFF and gruff cabbie Gary Muldoon to Dublin to try to keep her out of trouble. The two take-off on an amazing adventure fraught with mystery and danger around every corner.

I want to say more about Raven Calls, but I don't want to spoil it for anyone. I loved this book and now I'm definitely going to go back and read through the whole series. How didn't I know about this series earlier?

There is a lot of mythology and background that makes the book somewhat confusing if you haven't read the previous books. Although with saying that I found learning about the lore, legends and history were quite fun. Many parts of the book had me smirking and laughing! I love that in a book, it's the easiest way to get me hooked on a series.

This is a must read series and this book is an electrifying read! Grab it and start it now!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A nice edition to the series. April 7, 2012
By erin
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
Ok. I have been anticipating this book ever since I finished the last one. Ms. Murphy's series is fantastic and addicting and always seem to end on cliffhangers! A pet peeve with any other author, but I guess I'm willing to not hold it against this author since I love her series so much. That being said, I left the note that I had jotted down when I was first began the book, b/c it was what I was feeling at the time and felt strongly enough to stop what I was doing and write it down.

Once again, Joanne is hurtling feet first into danger and things unknown, at least to her. Her loyal and very entertaining sidekick, Gary, is along for the ride. We catch up with Joanne literally hours after the last book ended and she returns to Ireland to finally face her destiny and learn the truth about her mother and her powers. And boy, did she ever! I never go into plot detail with these reviews I do b/c part of the joy of reading is discovering these things first. And part of the charm of this series is that we are along for the ride as Joanne learns through trial and error, just what exactly it means to be a Shaman.

What I did enjoy most about this book was the character growth that Joanne experiences. She is maturing and finally accepting her powers and seemingly her destiny. While she experienced maturity and growth in every book, we finally see what a fully accepting and open minded Joanne is capable of. Her abilities aren't infallible but boy are they awesome! I greatly enjoyed Joanne as Kick Ass Shaman and I was not disappointed at all by the movements of this latest edition to the series. And I also loved that we finally! learn about Joanne's mother. And we finally get some closure on the issues that Joanne had with her.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars 5 Stars May only be for People Like Me April 17, 2012
Let me say I am biased, I have read every book in this series AND the Jane Yellowrock crossover book Easy Pickings which was the book that made me buy this series and I can't be thankful enough. Jo Walker is a unique character and the series may not be for everyone BUT it works for me and since book 2 it has gotten better with each book and this one had it all, love, hate, heartbreak, introspection, magic, monsters, etc. I suggest anyone to read the first 3 books and if you are not enthralled by the humor and progress of Jo trying to learn how to be a shaman (usually by doing it wrong and living with the consequences) you can move on, BUT if you are hooked, prepare for a great ride and a heroine who might let herself be kicked around but never lets a friend down if her life depends on it. I can't wait until Jan 2013 for the next book.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I am ready for #8 now!!
Published 5 days ago by Lois Derry
4.0 out of 5 stars ... through 7 all I can say is I wasn't disappointed with any of them
I read 1 through 7 all I can say is I wasn't disappointed with any of them
Published 1 month ago by Susanne
5.0 out of 5 stars Good as always but . . .
I still love this series but I could do without the constant explaining v of stuff we already know. It made reading a bit tedious and took away from the storyline. Read more
Published 3 months ago by Brandy A Reese
5.0 out of 5 stars Raven calls
I love the reluctant shaman. Lots of action and magic.
Published 4 months ago by carol silva
4.0 out of 5 stars Missed Morrison and the guys
Raven Calls, while a reasonably good story, wasn't as engaging as the previous novels in the Walker Papers series. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Brandy
4.0 out of 5 stars Oh, wow! Jo discovers so much about her mother!
Seventh in the Walker Papers urban fantasy series and revolving around an urban shaman, Joanne Walker, a detective in Seattle. Read more
Published 8 months ago by Kathy Davie
5.0 out of 5 stars More!
Each book brings more of everything. Well ALMOST everything. We get more emotional maturity from Joanne, more understanding of her magic and the supernatural world in general,... Read more
Published 11 months ago by S. Shelly
5.0 out of 5 stars Raven calls
If you like strong female leads this book and series are for you. I recommend starting at the beginning. Never sure what is up next.
Published 15 months ago by lynn m lehto
4.0 out of 5 stars Great series
Great series, very likable characters. If you like this series check out jane yellow rock, they have a book with both characters in it too.
Published 15 months ago by Amanda535
5.0 out of 5 stars Great read
I enjoyed this installment of the series. The story just keeps getting better and better! I can't wait to read the next one.
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