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- The K9 Files, Book 8
- Narrated by: Tristan Wright
- Length: 5 hrs and 28 mins
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Weston was at an impasse in his life, after hearing about his unknown daughter, who’d already been adopted by another family. Only the father had since passed away...so...accepting the mission to track down the missing, blind-in-one-eye, limping war dog named Shambhala - in Alaska - was exactly where he needed to be to sort out this other issue in his life. Finding the dog turned out to be easier than Weston had expected, but sorting out how and why this dog’s owners had been murdered was something else again.
Now a widow, Daniela knew her daughter also needed a father, so she’d contacted Weston, not sure if he even knew of the baby’s existence. When he said he was on the way, she was concerned at what she’d started and that emotion then turned to terror when Sari’s birth mother showed up at Daniela’s doorstep, looking for her daughter again.
Things turn ugly when Weston’s war dog investigation impacts his daughter’s life and her new mother. He must do something, or everything he’s finally found will be lost.
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Wow! This one was a real nail biter.
The story was incredible! The plot and turns....WHOA!!! The entire time I am thinking "who thinks of this?" and "You can't make this up!"
Dale Mayer is truly one of my favorite authors. This book is a must read!
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- NJ B
good read that kept me on my toes.
loved it. could not put it down. read it in one sitting, plenty of twists and turns to keep your attention
- dona strasbauhg
I have enjoyed them all
The book was very interesting and quick in the story and the dog was great with children will be going on to the next