Star Wars: Coruscant Nights 2: Street of Shadows
August 2008
306ppg

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Publisher: Del Rey
Author: Michael Reaves
Cover Artist: Glen Orbik

Cover Price: $7.99
Media: Paperback
ISBN: 978-0-345-47754-5 - 1st

NOTES
Includes a 2-page preview of Coruscant Nights 3: Patterns of Force by Michael Reaves.

SYNOPSIS
With the Jedi all but wiped out in the grim aftermath of Order 66, the Empire’s power seems unchecked. But one lone Knight continues to fight the good fight–against all odds and when all else fails.

Deep in the bowels of Coruscant, Jedi Jax Pavan ekes out a living as a private investigator, a go-to, can-do guy for the downtrodden. Now a mysterious Zeltron knockout named Deejah approaches Jax with a case that needs to be cracked: to find out who killed her artist lover Volette, brutally murdered hours after his triumphant unveiling of a dazzling new light sculpture with obvious links to lightsaber pyrotechnics.

Finding Volette’s killer won’t be easy–too many secrets, too many suspects, and all kinds of motives. But with the droid I-5YQ’s help, and ex-reporter Den Dhur’s excellent snooping skills, the investigation is soon operating like a well-oiled machine.

Unfortunately, there’s a far more efficient machine hunting Jax. It’s a deadly game of cat-and-mouse as the clock starts ticking toward the final explosive showdown...to see who strikes first and who will die first.


Subsequent Printings
Star Wars: Coruscant Nights (3-in-1) (hardcover)
June, 2011; ISBN: - 1st

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