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The Mad Dogs return to Camp Smokey in the North Carolina Mountains brings more changes than just their brand new downtime base. A new Council Representative is the least of the changes thrust upon the unit.

Promotions that are unwanted, more questions Doc needs to answer, and born shifters to be recruited in hopes that they can become Mad Dogs. But even with new allies, the Council and the Organization just won’t give the unit a break

©2017 Brenda Cothern (P)2018 Wench Publishing, Inc.

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Great book!

Love this series. However, why oh why did you change our narrator? This one is good, but the original narrator was so much better and did each of the characters so well. Each had their own inflection. I still enjoyed the book, but please bring back our first narrator back for next book!

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Different narrator made me not finish

Ok I love the Mad Dogs series and books 1-6 were great on audio and the guy that narrated them ( books 1-6) did a great job with voicing the different Mad Dogs. I was looking forward to the latest book on audio and I couldn't make it past chapter 3. the 'new' guy narrating is bland as white toast. there is no character differentiation like in the previous audio books, everyone sounds the same, no tone inflections either its all one note. Sad to say but I think I will read this one instead of listening to it. *sigh*