Title: Explosive Secrets (Texas K-9 Series Book #4)
Author: Valerie Hanson
Publisher: Love Inspired Suspense
My Rating: 5 stars
The series Texas K-9 Unit begins with Tracking Justice, followed by Detection Mission and then Guard Duty. Explosive Secrets continues the mystery introduced in book one with romance, faith and facing danger. Each novel centralizes on one main character in the K-9 unit along with whatever situations the team of handler and trained canines are called in to solve or assist.
In the fourth installment, readers meet a police officer and his dog who also served as a team when deployed to Afghanistan. The dog still suffers from some of the traumatic experiences while serving but as long as this brave canine is able to point where bombs are, he remains a part of the unit.
So when Nicki gets targeted by a criminal syndicate operating in Sagebrush, the police suspect she knows her dying cousin’s confession. No matter where Nicki goes trouble and danger seem to be close by and therefore the captain assigns Jackson and his bomb sniffing dog as her protection. Many in the unit don’t believe that Nicki knows nothing as she claims, but Jackson and his uncle do.
I hope these small tantalizing tidbits intrigue you enough to read and enjoy the series. They are exceptionally written stories. They contain adventure, danger, romance, faith and so much more. With each book, readers come a little bit closer to identifying the man at the head of the syndicate known as “The Boss”. Two more stories and I bet it will be an awesome ending to the whole K-9 novel unit series! Get the books and be prepared to get lost in the enjoyable tales!
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