Turning for Trouble (Familiar Legacy Book 7) Kindle Edition
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Not only are Tanner’s stories entertaining and fun, they are poignant and thoughtful as they cast a bright spotlight on social issues that plague our world today. In Turning for Trouble, the HORRENDOUS crime of human trafficking is “in your face” and not in Singapore or elsewhere across world, but right in our own backyards! (Her excellent Summer Valley book focuses on the abhorrent neglect of our nation’s veterans and war heroes as well as the minuscule help that is available for children with autism. It, too, is an excellent read!) Tanner makes a clear and concise point of these global issues with such finesse and subtlety that it’s an “aha” and a wake up call, but it doesn’t read like a commentary on the national news!! Sort of an “ iron fist in a silk glove”! You get the point!!
Thank you, Susan Tanner, not just for a well-written, entertaining story but for making us come face to face with real, timely issues in our world today.
Keep up the good work!
Malone, a friend of Trouble’s owner Tammy Lynn, recognizes Trouble and is aware of his crime-solving talents. Which are much needed as bodies are discovered and serious concerns about sex-trafficking are raised. The rodeo, with its passel of nomadic participants and dogged competition, is a perfect venue for such intrigue.
Of course, there is a love story. Triangle maybe? Cade, the director of the rodeo, takes the lead in the investigation. But he and Malone have a history, and quite frankly, she plans to concentrate on her career, not her love life. But true love . . .
Once again, Trouble’s musings are clever and fun. As the story’s narrator, he is top notch! I like that his role is much expanded in this adventure. Also, the topic of sex trafficking is timely and frightening. And handled well, I might add. I know you’ll enjoy Trouble’s latest adventure! Yee Ha!!
Trouble the Cat detective is back thick into solving crimes after hitching a ride with Joss, a stowaway in Malone's trailer. Malone handles problems from her past and deaths that come up presently as she is on the Barrel racing circ. The rodeo is definitely a place of adventure and a possible place for romance. I have seen barrel racing before and love to watch it.
I received an ARC prior to publication and decided to voluntarily review it. Opinions are my own.
The plot was quickly paced and pulled me into the story from the first chapter. Trouble is one smart detective and his skills led both Cade and Malone in pursuit of not only a murderer but also the sad and all too real world of human trafficking. A cozy mystery with a touch of catitude and romance makes this one a perfect read in the afternoon.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. All of the above opinions are my own.