Review; Stalking Ground by Margaret Mizushima

Earlier this year, I read the crime novel Stalking Ground by Margaret Mizushima and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
Easy Targets

When Chief Deputy Ken Brody’s sweetheart goes missing in the mountains outside Timber Creek, Mattie Cobb and her K-9 partner, Robo, are called to search. But it’s mid-October and a dark snowstorm is brewing over the high country. And they’re already too late. By the time they find her body, the storm has broken and the snow is coming down hard.

While Brody hikes down to bring back the forensics team, and veterinarian Cole Walker gathers supplies to protect them from the storm, Mattie and Robo find themselves alone, guarding the gravesite overnight in the early winter. And it’s only the first in a series of long, dark nights. As their investigation develops, Mattie, Robo, Brody and Cole find themselves in the middle of the killer’s stalking ground—where the hunters have just become the hunted.

My Thoughts on the Book
Stalking Ground is such an engaging read, especially for those of us who love dogs. The characters are well developed and I love the dynamics between Mattie and Robo. The plot is well written too with a nice pace to it.


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