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Book 11 of The K9 Files

For Caleb, returning to his hometown for his brother’s wedding should have been cause for a wonderful celebration. However, since his brother is marrying Caleb’s ex-wife, Caleb doesn’t want to go anywhere near the event. Yet Caleb returns, as his best friend, Laysha, is in the same town, and they are overdue a reunion. Plus, Caleb’s been asked to look into a war dog adopted out, but now missing.

Having Caleb back in town, at her house even, Laysha couldn’t be happier, all the while knowing Caleb still has issues with his ex-wife. When Caleb and Laysha take a trip to the last known residence where the War Dog had been and instead find a human corpse, life takes a dark turn.

Even worse, they are seen at the house and have both become targets...in a game Caleb has to win, or he will lose everything that’s important in his life.

©2020 Beverly Dale Mayer (P)2021 Beverly Dale Mayer

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A good read, but needed more involvement from the war dog.

This is #11 for me in this series and it’s a great story. Brian Maester is a good narrator and brings the story to life. Characters are interesting, believable and well described, as are the surroundings in the story. I would recommend this as another of Dale Mayer’s successful presentation of the war dogs. These dogs are the subject of the book, but the story is more about the characters finding each other with the war dogs as catalysts. This dog is found and rescued, but goes to the vet, while the characters cement their relationship and find the bad guy. The war dog gets to leave the vet and go “home” with the characters. We know the dog will be fine, but I was disappointed we never saw him as a main character.