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The search for a ruthless hit man...turns into a deadly alpine chase....

Undercover to track the assassin who killed his partner, FBI Special Agent Alex Driscoll accidentally pulls his partner’s widow, Violet Sharp, and her search-and-rescue K-9, Teddy, into the case. Now, with Violet’s life on the line, the only way Alex can protect her is to make her - and her enormous dog - his new cover. But can they stay alive long enough to bring the hit man to justice?

From Love Inspired Suspense: Courage. Danger. Faith.

K-9 Search and Rescue:

  • Book 1: Desert Rescue by Lisa Phillips
  • Book 2: Trailing a Killer by Carol J. Post
  • Book 3: Mountain Survival by Christy Barritt
  • Book 4: Search and Defend by Heather Woodhaven
  • Book 5: Following the Trail by Lynette Eason
  • Book 6: Dangerous Mountain Rescue by Christy Barritt
©2021 Heather Woodhaven (P)2021 Harlequin Enterprises, Limited

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  • Jan
  • 02-05-22

Good read

romance, suspense, FBI, law-enforcement, cozy-mystery, K-9, dog, undercover, widow, thriller, friendship, assassins****

Nothing better than a suspense thriller with a Newfie, romance, lots of plot twists, and red herrings! Good writing, engaging human characters (of course the K-9 is a wonder), and clear imagery over all.
Patrick Zeller did a fine job as narrator.