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...more
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Tracy has a chance meeting with an old friend (former police chief, Sam Calloway), and is drawn ...more
Both Tracy and Dan continue to ...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 ...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 ...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 ...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
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
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 ...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 ...more
Of course, no reader is likely to think she won't survive - this series is far too popular to knock off the ...more
Tracey and Dan have returned to Dans family ...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 ...more
Tracy, her husband, Dan and their newborn daughter have returned to their home town of Cedar Grove while their own house is being remodelled. For various reasons Tracy is cajoled into looking at the murder of an old school friend, journalist Kimberly Armstrong who, in turn, had been investigating a twenty six year ...more
Please refer to the publisher’s summary and book jacket for the plot line. This review will give my personal reflections.
Detective Tracey Crosswhite returns to Cedar Grove with her husband Dan and new daughter, Daniella. While on maternity leave, she is asked to look into two fatal events. As she investigates, she uncovers discrepancies in the cause of death rulings for three people(two of whom are decades ...more
Tracy is still struggling with her personal demons including the death of her sister. She and her husband need time to heal.
Dan is representing a local merchant, and Tracy is asked to help on a case. Soon the two begin to merge into a mystery that brings Tracy's family into the mix - murder and more murder.
This is the seventh in a series by Robert Dugoni featuring police detective Tracey Crosswhite. While there are numerous references to past events in Tracey's life, I found it was a compelling read by itself without having read the earlier books.
Tracey is on maternity leave from the Seattle police department. She and her husband Dan plus baby Daniella have returned to Tracey's hometown of Cedar Grove while their city house is being renovated. While she has a lot to do has a ...more
Detective and a new mom Tracy Crosswhite temporarily returns to her home town of Cedar Grove with her husband and 2 months old daughter while their home is being renovated.
She returns to the place that will always remind her of the great loss - her sister Sarah had been murdered, her family falling apart after that tragedy...
Upon arrival she finds out about 2 new deaths that seem to be accidents...
But nothing is what itseems in this little town and we soon follow both ...more
A few reviewers call this a standalone, but I disagree. There are several references which new readers won't understand if they haven't read the earlier books. Background is especially important because Tracy heads back to her hometown in this latest book - the place where her sister was brutally ...more
This is the seventh book in the Detective Tracy Crosswhite series, I have read them all and was very excited to read this latest installment.
Tracy and her attorney husband Dan have temporarily moved back to Cedar Grove while their home in the big city is being renovated. Tracy and Dan both grew up in Cedar Grove, a small town that is still slower paced than the city they now live in and everyone knows each other. They want their new daughter two ...more
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