Tracking Game

Tracking Game Review

Two brutal murders, a menacing band of poachers, and a fearsome creature on the loose in the mountains plunge Mattie Cobb and her K-9 partner Robo into a sinister vortex.

An explosion outside a community dance sends Mattie Cobb and Cole Walker reeling into the night, where they discover a burning van and beside it the body of outfitter Nate Fletcher. But the explosion didn't kill Nate--it was two gunshots to the heart.

The investigation leads them to the home of rancher Doyle Redman, whose daughter is Nate's widow, and the object of one of their suspect's affection. But before they can make an arrest, they receive an emergency call from a man who's been shot in the mountains. Mattie and Robo rush to the scene, only to be confronted by the ominous growl of a wild predator.

As new players emerge on the scene, Mattie begins to understand the true danger that's enveloping Timber Creek. They journey into the cold, misty mountains to track the animal--but discover something even more deadly in Tracking Game, the fifth installment in Margaret Mizushima's Timber Creek K-9 mysteries.

Title:Tracking Game
Edition Language:English

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  • PamG

    TRACKING GAME by Margaret Mizushima is the most enjoyable police procedural that I have read lately. It is set in and around a small town in the mountains of Colorado.While this is the fifth book in t...

  • Linda

    There's a lot of WoW in the BoW WoW here with Deputy Mattie Cobb and her renowned police canine, Robo. Margaret Mizushima takes us once again to the mountains of Timber Creek in Colorado with the fift...

  • Liz

    3.5 stars, rounded downTracking Game is the fifth in the Mattie Cobb series. I’ve enjoyed the prior four books, as they focused on Mattie’s and her K-9 partner, Robo. This book seemed to focus mor...

  • Pat (not getting friend updates currently)

    Its good to read a book with a lovely doggie hero and no serial killers for a change. There is a killer, just not not a serial killer. Deputy Mattie Cobb is at a rare social event with the Timber Cree...

  • Linden

    A local man has been shot and his van set on fire, and it’s up to Deputy Mattie Cobb and her team to find the murderer and, perhaps more importantly, to find out the reason for the crime. Her police...

  • Jacqui

    In Margaret Mizushima's Tracking Game (Penguin Random House 2019), next in the Timber Creek K-9 Mysteries, Mattie Cobb and her working dog Robo are called In to find the criminals who blew up a car an...

  • Darinda

    The fifth book in the Timber Creek K-9 mystery series by Margaret Mizushima. Mattie is a police officer in a small Colorado town. Her partner is police dog Robo. In this book, Mattie and Robo investig...

  • Woman Reading

    A friend of mine said this of his Civil Procedure course in law school, “Cases are won and lost on the basis of civil procedure. This makes this subject a required course, because it is boring as he...

  • Juli

    This series is one of my favorites. I have a very soft spot in my reader's heart for stories that involve K-9 units. Margaret Mizushima always delivers an exciting, interesting, and often dangerous ca...

  • Monnie

    I'm a fan of this series and of Timber Creek Deputy Mattie Cobb and her K-9 partner Robo. While I enjoyed this one, the fifth, I have to say not quite as much as the predecessors. That is, I think, be...