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Summary

Cloister Witte and his K-9 partner, Bourneville, find the lost and bring them home.

But the job doesn’t always end there.

Janet Morrow, a young trans woman, lies in a coma after wandering away from her car during a storm. But just because Cloister found the young tourist doesn’t mean she’s home. What brought her to Plenty, California...and who didn’t want her to leave? 

With the help of Special Agent Javi Merlo, who continues to deny his growing feelings for the rough-edged deputy, Cloister unearths a 10-year-old conspiracy of silence that taps into Plenty’s history of corruption. 

Janet Morrow’s old secrets aren’t the only ones coming to light. Javi has tried to put his past behind him, but some people seem determined to pull his skeletons out of the closet. His dark history with a senior agent in Phoenix complicates not just the investigation but his relationship with Cloister. 

And since when has he cared about that?

©2019 TA Moore (P)2021 Dreamspinner Press

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  • 02-07-21

Was okay

New narrator , I was disappointed that angry seem to be his default tone throughout.

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  • brian
  • 29-06-21

Long Pause

The narrator took such a long pause in between sentences and some words that I thought that the book somehow got paused, but no it was just the narrator taking a break. It made it hard to get into and really messed with the flow. Also, the FBI agent sounded like a diva with a princess complex. With a little bit of editing, it would have been a good book, but all of the pauses made it too hard to get in.