A Cold Trail by Robert Dugoni

A Cold Trail by Robert Dugoni
Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
Genre: Mystery/Suspense, Contemporary
Length: Full length (355 pages)
Rating: 4.5 Stars
Reviewed by Snowdrop

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Dan is drawn into representing a local merchant whose business is jeopardized by the town’s revitalization. And Tracy is urged by the local PD to put her own skills to work on a new case: the brutal murder of a police officer’s wife and local reporter who was investigating a cold-case slaying of a young woman. As Tracy’s and Dan’s cases crisscross, Tracy’s trail becomes dangerous. It’s stirring up her own haunted past and a decades-old conspiracy in Cedar Grove that has erupted in murder. Getting to the truth is all that matters. But what’s Tracy willing to risk as a killer gets closer to her and threatens everyone she loves?

I sure didn’t put this one down very often. It’s the first book I’ve read in the Tracy Crosswhite series. It’s Book 7, and I was never lost. Oh, I could tell things had happened previously in Tracy’s life that weren’t explained in detail, but I don’t think there was one thing that made me feel I was in the dark in this book. I’m not sure how an author writes a continuing series; contains a whole new story in a book; gives you a sense of background and doesn’t go over and over trying to explain what happened before but…Dugoni did it here.

So my previous paragraph probably made it clear I enjoyed this book. I liked all of the characters. Tracy and her husband and their occasional taut relationship and I enjoyed the sense of motherhood weaving in and out. Dugoni built a great sense of tension and danger in his story. He made you worry about Tracy’s daughter Daniella, even about her friends and family. I immediately liked her old chief, Cal and their friends Faz & Vera, even their nanny, Therese. Good grief I’ve listed all of the main characters. I suppose that shows what distinct personalities Dugoni gave them.

As I mentioned, this is book 7 in the series. I’m not one to often go backward in a series but this seems as if it might be worth it. However, I noticed Bugoni has another series or two and I hope he’s writing Book 8 of this one as we speak.

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