A Cold Trail
In New York Times bestselling author Robert Dugoni’s riveting series, Seattle homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite returns home to a brutal murder and her haunted past.
The last time homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite was in Cedar Grove, it was to see her sister’s killer put behind bars. Now she’s returned for a respite and the chance to put her life back in order for h...more
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Tracy has a chance meeting with an old friend (former police chief, Sam Calloway), and is drawn i ...more
Both Tracy and Dan continue to g ...more
Dan and Tracy's work intertwines as a spider web of events and murders from twenty six ...more
Returning for another instalment of this series, I turn to Robert Dugoni and hope that the quality remains high and the plot twists plentiful. I was not disappointed with this novel, which returns to some roots and provides a core storyline that many series fans will surely enjoy. Tracy Crosswhite is on the ...more
Dan picks up a case representing a local merchant. For some reason the city has been buying up properties on the main drag but his client has no desire to sell. As far as Dan is concerned, th ...more
This story starts with a prologue set in Cedar Grove in 1993, but moves quickly to current events with occasional flashbacks to 1993 and to events that occurred during the past year. Tracy Crosswhite, a S ...more
In this 7th book in the 'Tracy Crosswhite' series, the homicide detective investigates three cases. The book can be read as a standalone, but familiarity with earlier books is beneficial.
At the core of the story are three unsolved deaths, all of which occurred in Cedar Grove, Washington. Heather Johansen - an eighteen-year-old girl who worked for the then mayor was killed in 1993; Jason Matthews - a retired criminal defense lawyer hired to look into Heather's death was killed in 2 ...more
While this mystery thriller can certainly stand alone, I would love to know even more about Tracy’s background story. I could tell she has had a journey to get to where she is, and I adored her character, especially her toughness.
Robert Dugoni effortlessly delivered a stirring, compelling story, one that kept me turning pages compulsively and even gave me a couple laughs, too, with some witty humor. I definitely have plans to add the Tracy Crossw ...more
Seems to be a contradiction in terms here.
But if you're Police Officer Tracy Crosswhite of Seattle, Washington, you've come to expect a bit of chaos impeding upon your down time. Our stalwart Tracy is now on maternity leave with two month old Daniella. She and the love of her life Dan, attorney at law, are setting up a temporary household in Tracy's home town of Cedar Grove while their original digs are under renovation.
Dugoni has slipped in an Irish nanny by the name ...more
This has been one of my favorite series over the past few years...with consistently fabulous writing and engaging story lines. Robert Dugoni rarely fails to entertain. This guy can write anything (and I truly mean that...his books have covered suspense, thrillers, police procedural, spy and espionage fiction, and even coming-of-age/domestic drama). He's a truly talented author.
Now that I've sufficiently bragged about Mr. Dugoni, l ...more
It isn’t long before Dan picks up a legal case dealing with the town trying to force the sale of a long term business in Cedar Grove. But hey, that’s okay. However when the acting police chief asks Tracy to look into the recent murder of a young woman ...more
I do like a strong female protagonist, and in Tracy Crosswhite I have found exactly the spunk, tenacity, and common sense approach to solving a crime that is often missing in so many other mysteries and police procedurals..
I definitely recommend this book to those who enjoy ...more
Dan is an attorney and he has been engaged to represent a local merchant who is in danger of losing his ...more
Tracy is a Seattle homicide detective. Her husband Dan is an attorney. This story takes them back to their humble sma ...more
In this latest novel by Dugoni, A Cold Trail, we head back to Tracy and Dan’s hometown of Cedar Grove, Washington where Dan is immersed in a legal battle against the Mayor who seems to be expropriating old businesses, and Tracy, who’s technically on maternity leave, is swept up in an investigation into the murder of the police chief’s wife and the 1993 cold case of a slain teen that may or may not be connected.
The prose is bold and crisp. The characters a ...more
Now that Tracy is on maternity leave and is wondering if she can balance being a cop and mother, she has a lot of time on her hands to grasp what she wants to do. So while her and Dan's house is being renovated, they go back to their hometown of Cedar Grove. Dan is working on a trial involving some businesses there and Tracy somehow gets involved in a policeman's wife's mur ...more
This was a new author and series for me, although I didn’t feel that I was too disadvantaged, by not having read the first 6 books.
Detective Tracey Crosswhite returns to Cedar Grove with her husband Dan and new daughter, Daniella. While on maternity leave, she is asked to investigate two fatal events. During her investigations, she uncovers a few discrepancies in the cause of death rulings for three people (tw ...more
Of course, no reader is likely to think she won't survive - this series is far too popular to knock off the le ...more
Tracy is on maternity leave after giving birth to a baby girl. They have moved back their hometown of Cedar Grove while their home is being renovated. Dan (Tracy's husband) is soon drawn in to representing a local merchant whose business is being jeopardized. Tracy bumps into acting Cheif Inspector Galloway and he asks her investigate the case of the .local police chiefs wife who had died in a house fire. She had been a journalist and had been investigating a cold case that we ...more
There is something about Robert Dugonis writing that just sits perfectly with me. Be it the Tracy Crosswhite series or some of his stand alones, I just feel in safe hands and am 100% in from the start.
In this latest in the series we find Tracy and husband Dan back in their childhood hometown of Cedar Grove along with their two month old daughter Daniella. Their home in Seattle is being renovated and so they move back te ...more
Tracey and Dan have returned to Dans family ...more