Publisher: Thomas & Mercer
Genre: Mystery & Thriller
I’m so happy every time I have a new Tracy Crosswhite book to read! My affair with this series began back in 2014 and I don’t think it will ever end. Robert Dugoni is one of my favorite authors and I hope we can continue enjoying his books for a very long time.
This time, the book had two different cases, one where Tracy (and Kins, although he wasn’t featured much) investigated the disappearance of a young Indian girl. And the other, where Faz and the new team member, Gonzalez, dealt with a case about drugs cartels and the shooting of an activist. Honestly, I found the two cases equally exciting and although maybe at first I was more interested in Kavita’s disappearance, the truth is that the Little Jimmy case started getting more and more complicated and at some point, I had no idea of what was going on. Which is always great.
I loved that Faz and Vera had bigger roles in this book, as did Del in the last installment. But I missed Kins, obviously. He’s my favorite. Also, Tracy in this book is pregnant and trying to conceal it, although she’s not having much success with that 😉 When I reached the ending I was momentarily scared because it all felt very “happy ending” and I was afraid the series had ended, but then I read there’s another book coming out in December, so… Thank you!
The Tracy Crosswhite books by Robert Dugoni are always smart mysteries with a strong focus on the procedural as well as the characters. And this one was no different. I definitely liked it better than the #5, which was my least favorite out of the six. I have to admit though, even if there’s one book in this series that I don’t enjoy as much, I still like them way better than others. My love for Tracy is strong!
Many thanks to the publishers and Netgalley for providing me a copy in exchange for an honest review