5 Stars Out Of 5
Baby Smuggling, Murder Mystery Thriller
July 21, 2013
Colleen Coble in her new book "Cry In The Night" Book Four in the Rock Harbor series published by Thomas Nelson gives us another adventure with Bree Matthews and Samson, her search-and-rescue dog.
From the back cover: Bree and Samson discover a crying infant in the snowy Rock Harbor forest. But where are the baby's parents? And how did she get there?
A mysterious sound leads search-and-rescue worker Bree Matthews and her dog Samson to an abandoned baby in the woods outside Rock Harbor, Michigan. Bree takes the baby girl in and begins to search for the mother--presumably the woman reported missing just days earlier.
While teams scour the wintery forests, Bree ferrets out clues about the woman. Where is she and why did she leave the child behind? And how does that connect to Bree's first husband's mysterious death years ago in the Upper Peninsula? Everything Bree thought she knew about her life changes with the sound of a cry in the night.
A roller-coaster ride thriller that has danger, suspense, mystery "Cry In The Night" has it all. Colleen Coble knows exactly how to bring all of that to the story and more. Bree Matthews and Samson, her specially trained dog, are a K-9 search and rescue team in the rugged wilderness of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The minute I hear search-and-rescue I immediately feel the immediacy of the moment. Someone is missing, there is trouble involved and there is no time to waste. There is an abandoned baby, a missing woman who might be the baby's mother, a baby-smuggling operation and, Rob, Bree's first husband might not be dead after all. There are surprising twists and turns throughout the book. This is a fast-paced read that will keep you flipping pages to keep up with the story. Ms. Coble has done an outstanding job. I am so looking forward to more stories with Bree Matthews at Rock Harbor.
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