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The ancient Indian art of tracking is his greatest strength...and also his biggest weakness. 

Fish and wildlife state trooper Gabriel Hawke believes he’s chasing poachers. However, he comes upon a wildlife biologist standing over a body that is wearing a wolf-tracking collar.

He uses master tracker skills taught to him by his Nez Perce grandfather to follow clues on the mountain. Paper trails and the whisper of rumors in the rural community where he works draws Hawke to a conclusion that he finds bitter.

Arresting his brother-in-law ended his marriage. Could solving this murder ruin a friendship? 

©2019 Patricia Jager (P)2019 Patricia Jager

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Due diligence gets the job done

murder, murder-investigation, horses, dogs, law-enforcement

Once a State Trooper, Gabriel Hawke works as a Trooper for Fish and Wildlife in Eastern Oregon (OSFW). While out on his regular rounds he comes across a friend of his kneeling beside the body of a man with a wolf tracking collar on his neck as the obvious cause of death. What follows is some incredible due diligence to not only determine which of the primary suspects actually did the deed, but make certain that the evidence back it all up to the satisfaction of the prosecution. Great read! I have read later books in this series and wanted to go back to the beginning. I'm especially glad that I did because I finally figured out why narrator Larry Gorman's interpretation seemed so familiar. It's that of a particular Booking Room sergeant I worked with who had a very imposing appearance but sounded so mild mannered.