Smoky Mountain Tracks by Donna Ball
(Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries)

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The first in the Raine Stockton Dog Mystery series... "An exciting, original, and suspense-laden whodunit..." --Midwest Book Review As a native of the small town of Hansonville, North Carolina,and a wilderness rescue worker, Raine Stockton knows the Smoky Mountains as well as anyone could, but she gave up her Search and Rescue work after a tragic loss. Now she reluctantly returns to active duty to help find a young child who has been kidnapped and taken deep into the wilderness. But as Raine's young golden retriever, Cisco, picks up the trail, his enthusiasm fails to make up for his lack of experience, and their first foray into the forest results in disaster...and the discover of the kidnapper-- shot dead. Suspecting there's more to the case than meets the eye, Raine struggles to overcome her personal demons, turns her search in new directions... and learns to trust Cisco to lead the way.

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Donna Ball lives in Mountain City, GA.
Published December 15, 2013 by Blue Merle Publishing. 273 pages
Genres: Crafts, Hobbies & Home, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Non-fiction

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Although Raine insists that her dog Cisco is not well enough trained to search, Buck insists that she is the closest person, so she must do it.

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Upset that Cisco failed to find the missing girl, Raine starts asking questions, discovers that the whole episode might have to do with a land deal and continues to use her SAR canine to hunt for clues in Angel's disappearance.

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