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Striking Range by Margaret Mizushima

Striking Range

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Striking Range by Margaret Mizushima
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Sep 07, 2021 | ISBN 9781643857466

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Praise

Praise for Striking Range
“Entertaining . . . Fans will hope Mattie returns soon.”
Publishers Weekly

Striking Range, a chilling mystery set in winter-cold Colorado, pits K-9 officer Mattie Cobb and her dog Robo against a band of ruthless killers. Tense and satisfying.” 
—J.A. Jance, New York Times bestselling author of the J. P. Beaumont series

“Memorable characters, rugged setting, and a page-turning mystery. Brilliant!”
—Bruce Robert Coffin, award-winning author of the Detective Byron Mysteries

“This pair of crime-fighters is more skillful and better bonded than any in all of literature…Nobody weaves a tale like Mizushima.”  
—Saralyn Richard, award-winning author of A Murder of Principal

“Mizushima has created an authentic dual-purpose K-9 character while weaving together a captivating mystery that will keep the reader guessing. A must-read for all dog and mystery lovers.”
—Kathleen Donnelly, K-9 handler for Sherlock Hounds and mystery author

Praise for the Timber Creek K-9 Mysteries: “[A] solid sixth outing…Fascinating information about the training and handling of police dogs.”
Publishers Weekly

“An imperfect heroine and her beloved canine sidekick: What’s not to like?”
—Kirkus Reviews

“Rich in human interest and guaranteed to delight every dog lover, especially fans of Robert Crais’s K-9 Maggie, and Paula Munier’s bomb-sniffing Elvis.”
Booklist

“Readers who follow Mattie and Robo will be eager for the updated story line.”
Library Journal

Hanging Falls is an exceptional mystery, with stunning descriptions, authentic characters, and numerous revelations in store for the thoughtful, engaging Mattie Cobb. Margaret Mizushima has a powerful gift for creating suspense; the adventures of Mattie and her K9 partner Robo are absolutely riveting. 
—Cynthia Kuhn, author of the Agatha-award-winning Lila Maclean Academic mysteries

“Both the human and animal characters feel authentic.”
The Washington Times
 
“Mizushima has a gift when it comes to crafting immersive settings.”
—Associated Press
 
“I can’t wait for the next adventure from these dynamic partnerships.”
—Anne Hillerman, New York Times best-selling author of the Manuelito, Chee, Leaphorn mysteries
 
“Robo’s brilliance is matched only by Mizushima’s own keen intelligence as she weaves a complex tale of family love and conflict set deep in the Colorado mountains.” 
—Scott Graham, National Outdoor Award-winning author of Arches Enemy
 
“As always, Mizushima’s knowledge and attention to detail shine through.”
—Barbara Nickless, Wall Street Journal and Amazon Charts bestselling author of Ambush
 
“Combining a police procedural with Mattie’s personal story creates an anxiety-inducing novel that will remind readers of Nevada Barr’s books.”
—Library Journal

“Fans who miss Virginia Lanier’s ‘Bloodhound’ series, and readers who relish strong female characters and procedurals with a strong sense of place will want to get better acquainted with Mattie and Robo.”
Library Journal
 
“Will tug the heartstrings of every dog lover.”
—Booklist starred review
 
“Winning heroine…A realistic view of how a K-9 team works, treating Robo as an important character, but never stooping to anthropomorphism.”
—Publishers Weekly starred review
 
“Mizushima does an excellent job of developing [Mattie and Robo] as characters, allowing readers to feel a personal connection to them both.”
—RT Book Reviews, Top Pick
 
“Heart-pounding action and strong, three dimensional characters.”
David Thurlo, co-author of the critically acclaimed Ella Clah, Copper Canyon, and Charlie Henry mysteries.
 
“With plenty of outdoor action, comparing Margaret Mizushima to Nevada Barr and C.J. Box is apt.”
Mark Stevens, author of the award-winning Trapline and Lake of Fire

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