Saturday, March 9, 2013

Tracking Justice

Title: Tracking Justice

Author: Shirlee McCoy

Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense

Series: Texas K-9 Unit, Bk 1

ISBN: 9780373675418

Pages: 280

Obtained: Purchased from library branch book sale rack


So I participate in TellHarlequin, which means that I answer some surveys and in exchange receive some free books (which they hope I will also give feedback for, though I usually don't read them by the survey deadlines).  Lately I've been feeling guilty for continuously answering None to how many Harlequin books I've Purchased or Read yadda yadda (it's because of financial reasons, but still).  So I made a point of finding some recent releases for sale through the Friends of my local library (via donations).  Among them were this book as well as the next in the series. 

I started it 2 days later and finished that same day.  I liked the hero and heroine (though the heroine was a bit overboard on the trust issues).  I loved the dog.  The boy was a sweetheart.  The K-9 and Search and Rescue aspect overall was cool.  And I'm eager to learn more about the ongoing mysteries brought up throughout this book.  The fact that the book turned out to be large print (I wasn't paying attention) thankfully didn't matter in my ease of reading (sometimes large print can be TOO large, but that wasn't the case here).  Next in this series is Detection Mission by Margaret Daley, and I look forward to starting it.

Note: I haven't really tried much of the inspirational suspense, but it worked.  Clean and yet not boring or preachy.

1 comment:

  1. I love these short books that can be read in a day...or use to. Lately, I've been into audio books too in morning, noon, and evening.


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