Saturday, 24 January 2015

Tracker (Sigma Force #7.5) by by James Rollins

Tracker by James Rollins
My rating: 3 of 5 stars

From New York Times bestselling author James Rollins comes a stirring story of a soldier and his military war dog who are drawn into a dark mystery tracing back to World War II and a lost treasure tied to the bones of the dead.

Off the blustery streets in the medieval heart of Budapest, Captain Tucker Wayne and his war dog, Kane, rescue a mysterious woman fleeing three armed men. The secret she holds will unlock a terrible treasure, one steeped in blood and treachery, tied to a crime going back to the fall of Nazi Germany and a heritage of suffering and pain that reaches out from the past to wreak havoc today. In a final showdown in the depths of a lost cemetery, truths will be unearthed, treasures exposed, and the fate of all will rest upon the shoulders of one man and a dog whose courage is beyond measure.


A good short story, the only drawback? Too short! When it comes to adventure stories, short stories isn't the best thing in my opinion. You never really have time to get into the story before it is over. Often these kinds of stories are a prequel to the next book and I don’t understand why they instead just not put the prequel in the book instead as a chapter. This is just an appetizer …and I want the whole cake!

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