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Murder in Yellowstone (Sara Flores, Werewolf P.I. #3)

Sue Denver adds another action-packed story to her paranormal series!



Thank you to the author for my free book!


SYNOPSIS:

Murder, blackmail, and a female werewolf running loose in Yellowstone Park

Private investigator Sara Flores has found a lot of missing women since she was turned werewolf. But this case is a mess.

A young woman has disappeared. She was seeking evidence her father was murdered 11 years ago.

Sara races from Big Sky to the Crow Rez to Yellowstone Park, trying to find the girl before she meets her father's fate.

But the man behind her kidnapping has a billion-dollar money machine to protect. Nobody's dared to cross him in 20 years — at least nobody alive to tell about it.


MY REVIEW:

This series is fun! Action-packed and suspenseful, with paranormal elements and vigilante justice. Sara and her colleagues go after bad guys that seem too big and well-monied to take down. Sara's investigative team is really hitting their stride in this book now that they have successfully worked on a few big cases together. Told in multiple POVs of the ensemble cast, Denver handles these transitions well, and it is clear who is who. Each POV has a compelling storyline: Sara in both human and wolf forms, Connor, who faced significant danger, and I enjoyed seeing a different side to tech wizard Mason in this one. Mason is usually wisecracking and super competent, but his softer side comes out when faced with a family issue. I loved the Yellowstone setting, which was very atmospheric, with the blizzard bearing down on them. Quick-reading and entertaining, I enjoy seeing this werewolf and her friends restoring justice one takedown at a time!


My steep was Pomegranate Cranberry from The Whistling Kettle a black tea with tangy pomegranate, cranberry, and raspberry flavorings. It is delicious, hot or iced!


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