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Dead bodies in the wilderness. A child gone missing. 

Audiobook two in the Gabriel Hawke series. 

Fish and Wildlife State Trooper Gabriel Hawke's job is to find a missing family in the Eagle Cap Wilderness. After finding the parents murdered, can he find a little girl on the run? 

Hawke is an expert tracker, but he isn’t the only one looking for the child. Even leaving the mountain, the girl isn’t safe. The murderers are looking for something - something they believe the child possesses. 

©2019 Patricia Jager (P)2020 Patricia Jager

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Title obscure, storyline solid

mountains, law-enforcement, horses, murder, murder-investigation, suspense, thriller, family-dynamics, friendship

Hawke is looking in the mountains for a family reported missing and discovers two bodies in the same camping area and that their daughter is not there. He employs the tracking skills he is known for but is often thwarted by the resourceful ten year old who has just lost her parents who seem to have been in witness protection. The due diligence gets even harder when Hawke inadvertently puts friends in danger and it takes all of law enforcement to get it all right. Kept me up all nite!
Larry Gorman (narrator) gives a good performance in the sense that I felt that he WAS Trooper Hawke.