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Home of the Brave (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #9) [Reading] ➻ Home of the Brave (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #9) By Donna Ball – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The Fourth of July in the Smoky Mountain community of Hanover County North Carolina means parades picnics and fireworks For dog trainer Raine Stockton and her high spirited golden retriever Cisco it a The Fourth of July in the Smoky Mountain community of Hanover County North Carolina means parades picnics and fireworks For dog trainer Raine Stockton and her high spirited golden retriever Cisco it also means a chance to show off their repertoire of tracking agility and obedience skills at Camp Bowser Wowser a weekend retreat for dogs and kids less than an hour from home Home of ePUB Ò But there's a new dog in town and Raine and Cisco find themselves unexpectedly upstaged by a flashy K addition to the sheriff's department Belgian Malinois Nike and her handler Jolene are part of a new government funded program for law enforcement agencies and though Raine admires Nike's talent almost as much as she resents Jolene's arrogance she can't help wondering why the Department of Homeland Security would send such an expensive gift to their sleepy little mountain community Sheriff Buck Lawson has his hands full with an upcoming election a bizarre murder and a special appearance by a celebrity politician at the Fourth of July parade and he is not about to look a gift horse or dog in the mouth But when things go horribly wrong at Camp Bowser Wowser the scattered puzzle pieces begin to form a terrifying picture In a desperate battle against an enemy whose face they can't even see Raine Jolene Cisco Nike and Buck must work together and reach for depths of courage they never knew they had to defend their way of life and save the lives of those they love.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 300 pages
  • Home of the Brave (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #9)
  • Donna Ball
  • English
  • 08 October 2016

10 thoughts on “Home of the Brave (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #9)

  1. MaryAnn MaryAnn says:

    This one's a real tear jerker and a great continuation of the Raine Stockton series I downloaded this book early this morning and just finished it I literally did not want to put it down even when my cold medicine made me sleepyWhile reading the Raine books I'm usually uite caught up in the story and do worry about some of the characters but this book made me cry I mean really made me cry Not just for a page or two but in a few places for a few pages each It tugged at my heartstrings in several places made me proud of the job that police and other public servants do to protect our country persons and property and really got to me as a parent and grandparentIt would be so easy to give away the plot line or details that would spoil the suspense for others and I'm trying not to do that Suffice it to say that Cisco shines in Home of the Brave as always and of course he's naughty too as Cisco does so well Miles and Melanie are in the book again and what would a Raine Stockton book be without Buck? The last several books have made me feel for Buck and Wyn and this one was no differentIf you haven't read any of the Raine Stockton series this might not be the one to start with because there isn't uite as much backstory in this as in the others but after reading one of the earlier books I'd definitely recommend that you come back and read this one If you're already familiar with Raine and the gang scoop this one up and clear your schedule because you won't want to put it down

  2. Kelly Kelly says:

    The ninth book of the Raine Stockton series Cisco the golden is still virtually untrained Since the main character his owner Raine Stockton makes a living as a dog trainer it seems that Cisco should be improving by nowA real police dog a Malinois named Nike is introduced in this book Her owner is a rather unlikeable veteran Nike is the opposite of Cisco so well behaved as to almost be unbelievable The dog psychic of the prior books is blessedly absent in this oneIf you like dogs and playing with dogs in obedience or agility you'll mostly like this book It's a nice clean book safe to listen to without earphones at work or in the presence of children no graphic sex or violence which I appreciate

  3. Helen Pickering Helen Pickering says:

    Home of the braveI always love books that involves dogs being a dog lover I always stories with a dog when I can this was especially good

  4. Lee Couch Lee Couch says:

    I love Donna Ball's books in general This particular book was good but it seemed to end too abruptly Other than that I thought it was interesting

  5. Kathy Govreau Kathy Govreau says:

    Her books just get better and better I couldn't put this one down

  6. Carol Carol says:

    Great plot good sense of place believable characters what's not to love? Also good grammar spelling appropriate word usage and good editing

  7. Marcia O& Marcia O& says:

    This was a uick read Enjoyed it but I'll forget about it in a couple of weeks If you love dogs and mysteries it's a good escape novel

  8. X X says:

    This wasn't a bad read for this genre which is not my favorite But it kind of annoyed me because there was a lot of build up and then whenever anything interesting was about to happen there would be a time skip and the narrator would just summarize what happened instead of us actually seeing it happen Show don't tell Usually I think that rule is over applied and mis applied but this time I wish the author had remembered it

  9. Vicky Vicky says:

    I've read all of Donna Ball's Raine Stockton and Cisco books I always enjoy the book when the old characters are brought into the new novel plus new characters That was the case with this book There definitely was a murder mystery to be solved which involved the FBI which meant the victim wasn't local There was intrigue and danger to people in this case children and dogs too This is a book you don't want to put down til the end and its not only enjoyable it's easy reading Almost towards the ending the danger is averted or you think it is then something else happens which could lead to very devastating ending The new character and her dog decides to stay in town so one hopes in the next Raine Stockton book she'll be in it Donna Ball has other books she's written I'll have to try reading her other books while waiting for another Raine Stockton book

  10. Joanne Joanne says:

    I think that this has been my favorite book in Donna Ball's Raine Stockton series Story is filled with lots of information for dog lovers along with her usual training tips The plot line as usual is filled with lots of action and introduces a new character Jolene and her Belgian Malinois Nike a bomb sniffing dog who promises interesting potential Highly recommend that you read the books in series order to get the benefit of character progression Great series I'm definitely enjoying this one but am so sad that I'm almost at the end

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