Book Reviews of Midnight on Julia Street

Midnight on Julia Street
Midnight on Julia Street
Author: Ciji Ware
ISBN-13: 9780449001875
ISBN-10: 0449001873
Publication Date: 5/29/1999
Pages: 470
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 25 ratings
Publisher: Ivy Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
Wonderful book about New Orleans past and present. Lots of stuff I didn't realize. You can tell the author did her research at the end of the book by what she wrote on HOW she wrote the book. The Julia Street mentioned is a real street in New Orleans which made this book come even more to life. Highly recommended!
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Helpful Score: 2
A beautifully crafted romance mystery that weaves inventively between the past and present. Midnight on Julia Street was hard to put down, so make sure you have plenty of time to read when you pick it up!
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Helpful Score: 2
A story that is hard to put aside once you begin to read.
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Nice mystery/romance with psychics, ghosts and time travel. Yummy on a rainy day!
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Corlis McCullogh is a thirty-four year old news reporter who has just arrived in New Orleans although she does have ancestors from the area.

When she covers the wedding of the two oldest families in the city, the Duvallons and the Eberts, she sees a ghostly bride and groom at the altar before the ceremony. This is the first of strange "visits" to the past.

The wedding ends up being called to a halt by the bride after she finds the groom and maid of honour in the cloakroom together. Corlis films the altar confrontation and after it is aired, she is fired.

The bride's brother is Kingsbury Duvallon who is a Professor of Architectural history - and was Corlis' nemesis at UCLA. But King feels guilty that she was fired and gives her information on another job. Corlis finds herself attracted to King despite their history together.
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Interesting. Especially if you enjoy the concept of time travel. Really 2 stories in one.
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Very enjoyable. A quick, light read
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The sultry allure of New Orleans comes to life in this tale of romance and mystery. This authors tales touch our deepest emotions and live on in our hearts long after we finish the book.
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The sultry allure of New Orleans comesto dazzling life in this enthralling tale of passion and mystery that sweeps from the modern heart of the Big Easy back to the shimmering city of a century past. Reporter Corlis McCullough's passion for the truth has cost her more jobsthan she cares to remember. She would like to keep this one . . . even if it means chasing a story involving historical preservationist King Duvallon, an adversary from her college years. After a decade, he still manages to incite herfury--and worse: a growing attraction as strong and unstoppable as the tides along the Delta. But as Corlis is swept one hundred fifty years into the past, she witnesses the yearning desires and daring passions of a drama that will bereplayed nearly two centuries later.
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The sultry allure of new Orleans comes to dazzling life in this enthralling tale of romance and mystery
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Romance and mystery, that sweeps from the modern heart of the Big Easy back to the shimmering city of a century past. Reporter Corlis McCullough's search for the truth frives her to chase a story involving historical preservationist King Duvallon, an adversary from her college years.
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CIJI WARE

A winner of the Romantic Times Gold Medal Award, beloved author Ciji Ware tantalizes readers with enchanting tales of love set amid richly researched, vividly alive periods, past and present. Her unique, dramatic stories, peopled with characters who touch our deepest emotions, live on in our hearts long after we finish the final pages.

MIDNIGHT ON JULIA STREET

The sultry allure of New Orleans comes to dazzling life in this enthralling tale of passion and mystery that sweeps from the modern heart of the Big Easy back to the shimmering city of a century past. Reporter Corlis McCullough's passion for the truth has cost her more jobs than she cares to remember. She would like to keep this one . . . even if it means chasing a story involving historical preservationist King Duvallon, an adversary from her college years. After a decade, he still manages to incite her fury--and worse: a growing attraction as strong and unstoppable as the tides along the Delta. But as Corlis is swept one hundred fifty years into the past, she witnesses the yearning desires and daring passions of a drama that will be replayed nearly two centuries later. . . .
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The sultry allure of New Orleans comes to dazzling life in this enthralling tale of romance and mystery that sweeps from the modern heart of the Big Easy back to the shimmering city of a century past.