BURNING RIDGE by Margaret Mizushima

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This book has been calling me to read it as I had read the earlier books. I started it last night and finished it. It is the fourth installment of the Timber Creek K-9 series. Robo is brilliant. He has never track a person without a scent article and is able to do it. He finds the charred body in a fire pit. Maggie Cobb and Cole Walker's affair continues. We learned more about Maggie's childhood. This book is full of surprises and suspense. You will more of a K-9 dog works in this book.
Cole is taking his children to see the mountain sheep in the high country of Colorado. His dog, Brunco brings back a charred boot with the remains of a foot in it. Maggie and Robo searched the area looking for the rest of the body. The tale takes a couple of turns that will keep you awake until you finished. The ending left me wanting to read more. If you want to learn how K-9 works this is a good book to read. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK and series.

Disclosure: Many thanks to Crooked Lane Books for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.

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One Response to BURNING RIDGE by Margaret Mizushima

  1. bmary8222 says:

    I think I need to start this series.

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