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Special Agent Meg Jennings and her search-and-rescue dog are on the trail of a killer hiding where others fear to tread. 

For Meg Jennings and her K-9 companion, Hawk, exploring the ruins of a deserted building is an exciting way to sharpen their skills without the life-or-death stakes they face as part of the FBI's Human Scent Evidence Team. But deep in the echoing rooms of an abandoned asylum, Hawk finds the body of an elderly woman. The victim couldn't have made her way into the derelict building on her own. Before 48 hours pass, Meg learns of three more cases of elders found dead in neglected urban structures. 

There's not enough evidence to link the deaths - yet. But Meg scents a pattern, and when she gets word of another senior gone missing, she and Hawk don't hesitate. Meg is sure a murderer is hunting the elderly, and she can prove it if she can just find a connection. It will take the expert coordination of her whole team, along with help from Clay McCord and Todd Webb, to uncover the means, let alone a motive. And to stop someone who has operated in the dark for so long, Meg will need to risk more than she has to give . . .

©2019 Sara Driscoll (P)2019 Recorded Books

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No Man’s Land

Another interesting story! I like the cases and how different they have been so far. I was a little concerned about Meg and Todd but really appreciate that the author doesn’t make the relationship part of the drama happening in the book. Great job again to the narrator!

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Don't waste your money

Very disappointing. The characters are so lacking in description & depth that they are absolutely interchangeable. This is one of those books where endless descriptions of irrelevant material substitute for plot, character development, and pace. The dog, whose role is previewed as important to the story, is incidental and inconsequential to the narrative. The narration, however, was excellent. That was the only way I could tell who was speaking, since otherwise the characters were just variations of the same person.

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I love the way Sarah writes, and her characters. K9 SAR is a big interest of mine.
Keep them coming Sarah

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no man's land a FBI K9 novel

Awesome story! Looking forward to the next novel in this series. The Adventures of Hawk the K9 and Meg are waiting and ready for their next case.

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excellent

I love this narrator and story. it's a great series! She uses so many voices really brings it to life.

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I think I read another of this authors books but didn’t get the same feeling. This was awful. It was like an action movie with no depth. There was absolutely no character profiles. I guess you were supposed to know who people were from the previous book? I’d rate it on the same level as a harlequin for mystery. I won’t read this author again.