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  • K. Lamb's The Call of the Woof

    Do you know the difference between motorcycle clubs and motorcycle gangs? Come along with Marcia Banks, who trains service dogs for veterans suffering from Post Trauma Stress Syndrome, to find out. The first dog, she trained Buddy is now retired and used as her mentor dog. Marcia gets a call from one of the veterans Using one of the service dogs trained by her. Felix, his dog has helped improve his life patterns. He and his wife have been arrested for robbery. Felix was taken to a shelter. His request is that Marcia go get Felix from the shelter then welcomes her to stay at their home. He feels they have been framed. Marcia believes the couple innocent. She decides to investigate. As the suspects were seen riding motorcycles away from the scene of the crimes, Marcia needs to get to involved in the motorcycle realm to solve this dilemma. Robbery, murder, mystery, car ramming, threatening phone calls, break ins, thrills and chills make this a fast paced read. Vivid description, captivating writing and an engaging plot with colorful, well defined, animated and quirky characters will keep the reader involved. Learning about the different types of motorcycles and their history plus the awareness of the Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome in veterans round out the story. I highly recommend this book.

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