Tracking Game by Margaret Mizushima

Tracking Game by Margaret Mizushima
Publisher: Crooked Lane Books
Genre: Suspense/Mystery, Action/Adventure
Length: Full length (282 pages)
Rating: 4 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

Two brutal murders, a menacing band of poachers, and a fearsome creature on the loose in the mountains plunge Mattie Cobb and her K-9 partner Robo into a sinister vortex.
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An explosion outside a community dance sends Mattie Cobb and Cole Walker reeling into the night, where they discover a burning van and beside it the body of outfitter Nate Fletcher. But the explosion didn’t kill Nate–it was two gunshots to the heart.

The investigation leads them to the home of rancher Doyle Redman, whose daughter is Nate’s widow, and the object of one of their suspect’s affection. But before they can make an arrest, they receive an emergency call from a man who’s been shot in the mountains. Mattie and Robo rush to the scene, only to be confronted by the ominous growl of a wild predator.

As new players emerge on the scene, Mattie begins to understand the true danger that’s enveloping Timber Creek. They journey into the cold, misty mountains to track the animal–but discover something even more deadly in Tracking Game, the fifth installment in Margaret Mizushima’s Timber Creek K-9 mysteries.

Tracking Game is a book in a series titled “A Timber Creek K-9 Mystery”. I can’t find that these books are numbered but I can tell you that this one can easily be read as a stand-alone. It’s difficult for me to not like any book that has dogs, veterinarians, and cops in it, but this one was also a good story. It had a good flow and it was one of those books where you look up and realize you’ve read half of it in a sitting. An easy to read page turner.

There is more crime detection here than there is anything I would call a thriller or action. I think that’s why I enjoyed it. There was plenty of interaction between the characters and their dogs, there was interaction between the vet and the cop (hint, hint). You know how we pet owners now and then wonder what our pet might be thinking? There’s even a couple of cute places in here where you get to find that out what Bridget, K-9 Cop, tries to tell you. A really good read in every way.

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