Harvested by Troy Lambert

Harvested by Troy Lambert
Publisher: Unbound Media
Genre: Suspense/Mystery, Contemporary
Length: Full Length (256 pages)
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

Max Boucher, a former Seattle detective turned P.I. has just been handed a puzzling case. Dozens of dogs are disappearing all over the city, and no one knows why. The stretched Seattle police department can’t dedicate the resources needed, and Max may be the pet owner’s only hope. For the missing dogs, time is running out.
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But Max is dealing with his own demons. Three years ago, his wife disappeared and his daughter was murdered. The police presume she is dead, but Max knows better. He’s still paying for the house they lived in together, terrified that he will sell the one place that holds the clues he needs to find his wife.

Will Max be able to find the dogs in time? Does this case hold an unknown clue to his wife’s disappearance? Once you start reading, you won’t be able to stop until the very end.

Another one of my favorite kind of books with the sad, kind, and yet tough P.I. as the main character. Max is having an impossible time recovering from the death of his child and the loss of his wife; even the death of his dog. This former cop has still left the family house sitting just as it was even though he can’t live there. He keeps thinking he’ll find one more clue, one more link to his family. But he has to take cases to pay the bills just like all of us. This time though he takes some he really shouldn’t have. I can guarantee you will never figure out the conclusion until the last page. And it is worth reading all the way to the last page.

Obviously, Lambert is good at defining characters because I already feel as if I know Max. I liked him as you already know. There were some action scenes where it almost felt as if I was watching a movie. Writing about and describing action and keeping the reader from being confused is not an easy thing to do; at least not with this reader. I knew “who was who” so to speak and even felt that emotion and tension of wanting the good guys or girls to win.

A really good book, definitely worth your time. The only problem I can see is that Max Boucher Book 2 doesn’t exist yet.

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