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Attorney Sabre Brown is having a great time geocaching, the Internet’s version of a treasure hunt. The fun ceases when she “caches” a container with an official death certificate citing “Murder by Poison” as the cause of death. Even more disturbing is that the date of death is ten days in the future. Sabre is forced to search cache after cache, each revealing more clues, u Attorney Sabre Brown is having a great time geocaching, the Internet’s version of a treasure hunt. The fun ceases when she “caches” a container with an official death certificate citing “Murder by Poison” as the cause of death. Even more disturbing is that the date of death is ten days in the future. Sabre is forced to search cache after cache, each revealing more clues, until they take an unexpected twist and shockingly point to one of her court cases. Is the murderer a rejected child, a well-known plastic surgeon, a scorned ex, a crooked lab technician, or a politician in line for the highest office in the land? Or is someone playing Sabre in an ugly geocache of life and death?


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Attorney Sabre Brown is having a great time geocaching, the Internet’s version of a treasure hunt. The fun ceases when she “caches” a container with an official death certificate citing “Murder by Poison” as the cause of death. Even more disturbing is that the date of death is ten days in the future. Sabre is forced to search cache after cache, each revealing more clues, u Attorney Sabre Brown is having a great time geocaching, the Internet’s version of a treasure hunt. The fun ceases when she “caches” a container with an official death certificate citing “Murder by Poison” as the cause of death. Even more disturbing is that the date of death is ten days in the future. Sabre is forced to search cache after cache, each revealing more clues, until they take an unexpected twist and shockingly point to one of her court cases. Is the murderer a rejected child, a well-known plastic surgeon, a scorned ex, a crooked lab technician, or a politician in line for the highest office in the land? Or is someone playing Sabre in an ugly geocache of life and death?

30 review for The Advocate's Geocache

  1. 5 out of 5

    Denise Zendel

    Attorney Sabre Brown advocates for children in the California court system. She works side-by-side with her best friend Bob, and they both rely on JP Torn, a handsome cowboy private investigator. Well, Sabre thinks he’s handsome; Bob just things he’s smart. In book 7 in the series, Sabre is representing five siblings (with four different fathers) who are in the foster care system because their shallow, self-centered mother would rather pursue her non-existent acting/country singer career than tak Attorney Sabre Brown advocates for children in the California court system. She works side-by-side with her best friend Bob, and they both rely on JP Torn, a handsome cowboy private investigator. Well, Sabre thinks he’s handsome; Bob just things he’s smart. In book 7 in the series, Sabre is representing five siblings (with four different fathers) who are in the foster care system because their shallow, self-centered mother would rather pursue her non-existent acting/country singer career than take care of them. In her off-hours, Sabre has become a fan of geocaching, an outdoor recreational activity in which participants use a Global Positioning System receiver or mobile device and other navigational techniques to hide and seek containers filled with trinkets (geocaches) anywhere in the world. She stops having fun when she locates a cache with an official death certificate dated 10 days in the future citing “murder by poison” as the cause of death. She is compelled to follow a string of clues and search cache after cache in an effort to stop what could be a murder before it happens. Some of the clues tie back to the children, amping up her interest in resolving the issue. Sabre and JP’s fledgling romance is complicated by the reappearance of his longtime “friend with benefits,” Pauline Vasquez, a gorgeous lobbyist who plays an instrumental part in solving the cache case. Pauline tries to play some dirty pool because she’d sure like that relationship to continue, but JP is a one-man-woman, and that woman is Sabre. He isn’t buying. He’s not exactly coming clean with Sabre, but he isn’t buying. There is so much to like about this book – the depiction of the court scenes, which ring true; the relationship between Sabre and Bob (men and women can be friends); the relationship between JP and Sabre; the interesting tidbits about geocaching; the way Sabre feels about her brother, Ron, who is recently back in her life after being in the Witness Protection Program; the way Sabre feels about each of her charges and how hard she works to protect them. The ending was very satisfying – natural and complete, not forced or abrupt, like a few recent mysteries I’ve read. You could read these out of order, if you wanted to, but I find reading them in order is much more satisfying. That way you get to watch Sabre grow and change and see how the relationship between her and JP develops. In the interests of full disclosure, I received an Advanced Reader Copy from the author in exchange for an honest review. I had pre-ordered this book anyway, before I got the ARC, so that says something. This is a series I will want to, at some point, re-read, so I like owning them all in a consistent format.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Kristina

    The Advocate’s Geocache by Teresa Burrell is the seventh book in The Advocate series. Sabre Orin Brown is an attorney with a juvenile court practice. She works with private investigator, J.P. Torn (he is also her boyfriend). Sabre is working on the McFerran case. There are five children: Conway Twitty, Trace Adkins, Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, and Taylor Swift McFerran (can you tell their mother has a country music fetish). Their mother, Brandy McFerran has a constant stream of boyfriends while The Advocate’s Geocache by Teresa Burrell is the seventh book in The Advocate series. Sabre Orin Brown is an attorney with a juvenile court practice. She works with private investigator, J.P. Torn (he is also her boyfriend). Sabre is working on the McFerran case. There are five children: Conway Twitty, Trace Adkins, Dolly Parton, Reba McEntire, and Taylor Swift McFerran (can you tell their mother has a country music fetish). Their mother, Brandy McFerran has a constant stream of boyfriends while she is busy trying to get into singing and her latest enterprise, acting. The boyfriends tend to be lazy and abusive which is how Brandy lost her children. Sabre Brown is the children’s attorney and wants what is best for them. Sabre is out geocaching with her boyfriend, J.P. when they find an unusual item. Instead of the normal log book and trinkets, they find a death certificate in a cardboard cylinder. The certificate if for someone named Monroe with the date of death in one week and the cause of death is poison. Since the police cannot investigate a possible crime, Sabre along with J.P. and her Sabre’s brother, Ron look into the death certificate. The certificate leads them to another geocache sight. While exploring the geocache mystery, Sabre starts to notice some similarities to her McFerran case. The Monroe on the death certificate could be the Monroe Bullard. Brandy (who was 15 at the time) claims that Monroe is Conway Twitty McFerran’s biological father. Sabre follows the clues to figure out the geocache puzzle while advocating for her client’s. I truly enjoyed reading The Advocate’s Geocache. A delightful cozy mystery. I give The Advocate’s Geocache 5 out of 5 stars. It is easy and fun book to read. A delightful way to spend a Saturday afternoon. I have not read the previous books in the series, but it did not hinder me from enjoying The Advocate’s Geocache. I received a complimentary copy of The Advocate’s Geocache from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. The review and opinions are my own. http://bibliophileandavidreader.blogs...

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sheila

    The seventh offering in The Advocate's series gives us JP and Sable doing geocache (online scavenger hunt using the GPS.) They find a cache with a future death certificate. Is it fake or does it tell the future? This was a good mystery. It is well thought out and fun as Sable, JP, and Ron (Sable's brother) search for the clues that are left for them. It gets weird as it seems to coincide with a case of Sable's. But why would and how can someone do that? I liked how they had to make wild stabs at The seventh offering in The Advocate's series gives us JP and Sable doing geocache (online scavenger hunt using the GPS.) They find a cache with a future death certificate. Is it fake or does it tell the future? This was a good mystery. It is well thought out and fun as Sable, JP, and Ron (Sable's brother) search for the clues that are left for them. It gets weird as it seems to coincide with a case of Sable's. But why would and how can someone do that? I liked how they had to make wild stabs at what was happening and what the clues meant. I liked the secondary characters. There is a family that Sable is working with in the courts that shows what happens when parents are not the parents and the children have to become the parents. Very realistic! I liked the support that the children had for one another. Judge Hekman I would have liked to kick her backside at times when she is more of an obstacle than a help. I loved this entry. It was a quick, fun read that kept me on the edge of my seat as I read.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Tulay

    You have to read this book. Social workers, lawyers standing up for their clients and teachers. Can't do what they are doing. Reading this series from the beginning, got to know and admired Sabre character from the beginning. Author Teresa Burrell quips always makes me laugh, just as I tear up reading. You have to read this book. Social workers, lawyers standing up for their clients and teachers. Can't do what they are doing. Reading this series from the beginning, got to know and admired Sabre character from the beginning. Author Teresa Burrell quips always makes me laugh, just as I tear up reading.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Victor Gentile

    Teresa Burrell in her new book, “The Advocate’s Geocache” Book Seven in the Advocate series published by Silent Thunder Publishing gives us another case for Attorney Sabre Brown. From the back cover: Attorney Sabre Brown is having a great time geocaching, the Internet’s version of a treasure hunt. The fun ceases when she “caches” a container with an official death certificate citing “Murder by Poison” as the cause of death. Even more disturbing is that the date of death is ten days in the future. Teresa Burrell in her new book, “The Advocate’s Geocache” Book Seven in the Advocate series published by Silent Thunder Publishing gives us another case for Attorney Sabre Brown. From the back cover: Attorney Sabre Brown is having a great time geocaching, the Internet’s version of a treasure hunt. The fun ceases when she “caches” a container with an official death certificate citing “Murder by Poison” as the cause of death. Even more disturbing is that the date of death is ten days in the future. Sabre is forced to search cache after cache, each revealing more clues, until they take an unexpected twist and shockingly point to one of her court cases. Is the murderer a rejected child, a well-known plastic surgeon, a scorned ex, a crooked lab technician, or a politician in line for the highest office in the land? Or is someone playing Sabre in an ugly geocache of life and death? Let me start out by saying that the previous six books in this series have been very exciting however this book is, by far, Ms. Burrell’s best offering so far. There is murder, paternity issues, Child Custody and Geocaching. Geocaching is the 21st Century equivalent of the old Treasure Hunt. “The Advocate’s Geocache” is one tough case. Sabre Brown and J.P. found the first geocache with the official death certificate dated ten days in advance. Then the race is on. The case requires J.P. to go to Nashville, the team get involved with a rich and powerful family and there is murder. All this while Sabre is working on a custody hearing and getting involved with paternity issues. Ms. Burrell has given us a story that is rich with sub-plot and mystery that will keep you guessing as you flip the pages as fast as you can read them. Sabre, J.P., her brother, Ron and, of course, Bob, are some of the finest characters that you ever want to hang out with. Plus there is a whole host of other characters that you will love and some that you will really hate. “The Advocate’s Geocache” is very exciting and great fun to read. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the author. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

  6. 5 out of 5

    Sam

    The first thing I want to say is welcome back my old friends Sabre, JP, Bob, and new friend Ron. If you have read any of the Advocate series you will know what I mean by old friends. I was so happy to see that Ron had a big part in this story. Sabre talks JP into geocaching with her and while doing this they find a container with a death certificate that is dated 10 days in the future. Somehow this all ties in with the case Sabre is working on representing 5 children. Can they find out who the p The first thing I want to say is welcome back my old friends Sabre, JP, Bob, and new friend Ron. If you have read any of the Advocate series you will know what I mean by old friends. I was so happy to see that Ron had a big part in this story. Sabre talks JP into geocaching with her and while doing this they find a container with a death certificate that is dated 10 days in the future. Somehow this all ties in with the case Sabre is working on representing 5 children. Can they find out who the person is on the death certificate and can they do it in time to save them. As with all the Advocate books Teresa draws you in (this time from the very first page) and keeps you there till the last. It was fun and interesting to read about geocaching, which is a modern day treasure hunt using GPS and as always seeing how Sabre and JPs relationship has progressed. I'm not going to give away anything in the book but just to say if this is your first Advocate book you will find a well written story with characters that just come right off the pages. If this isn't your first then you know to expect a nice evening with old friends sharing a really good story. Either way it's a win win. Thank you Teresa for writing such wonderful stories and (ahem) when can we expect book eight? No pressure.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Misterg

    I came across a link to this book via the UK Geocaching group on Facebook, so I thought I'd give it a go. I was concerned that I would be a little out of my depth, starting the series at number 7 but this was not the case. There are enough pointers to who each person was, without all the recap of previous books for half the first chapter. As for the story; political intrigue, a murder plot, and an illegitimate son to a wannabe actress/singer. The story revolves around a series of geocaches, each I came across a link to this book via the UK Geocaching group on Facebook, so I thought I'd give it a go. I was concerned that I would be a little out of my depth, starting the series at number 7 but this was not the case. There are enough pointers to who each person was, without all the recap of previous books for half the first chapter. As for the story; political intrigue, a murder plot, and an illegitimate son to a wannabe actress/singer. The story revolves around a series of geocaches, each leading to the next and mysteriously disappearing after being found (so don't try to find them at geocaching.com!). Some of the puzzles were so easy that you wondered how they could get them so wrong. There are a surprising number of 'cachers involved (enough for an event cache) but this is to keep you guessing. And when you think you've guessed it ... well; that would be telling!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Sheryle

    ARC provided by NetGalley and Silent Thunder Publishing Although The Advocate's Geocache is the seventh in a series by Teresa Burrell, it is the first one I have read. This did not really cause me any problems and it works well as a stand-alone novel. I have to add that I want to read the first six books now because I not only enjoyed this book a great deal, but also the characters and the writing. This book had an entertaining and intriguing mystery, life-like characters, interesting locales and ARC provided by NetGalley and Silent Thunder Publishing Although The Advocate's Geocache is the seventh in a series by Teresa Burrell, it is the first one I have read. This did not really cause me any problems and it works well as a stand-alone novel. I have to add that I want to read the first six books now because I not only enjoyed this book a great deal, but also the characters and the writing. This book had an entertaining and intriguing mystery, life-like characters, interesting locales and well-written dialog. The scenes in the courtroom seemed authentic and were sprinkled throughout the book lightly so as not to be overpowering. Nothing in this book was “over-the-top.” There was no excessive sex, blood, violence or abuse. But, at the same time, it was not a cozy mystery. This book was simply a fast-paced, enjoyable mystery with characters that I cared about.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Vickie Barrier

    Another great book in Teresa Burrell's Advocate series. Human interest combined with crime and mystery, kept the pages turning. The book incorporates the hobby of geocaching which I knew nothing about but this has definitely piqued my interest. It isn't until late in the book the relevancy as to how it relates to the crime. Sabre Brown is a child's advocate attorney representing 5 siblings in a legal custody situation. Murder enters the scene along with a string of deadbeat dads, and a self-cent Another great book in Teresa Burrell's Advocate series. Human interest combined with crime and mystery, kept the pages turning. The book incorporates the hobby of geocaching which I knew nothing about but this has definitely piqued my interest. It isn't until late in the book the relevancy as to how it relates to the crime. Sabre Brown is a child's advocate attorney representing 5 siblings in a legal custody situation. Murder enters the scene along with a string of deadbeat dads, and a self-centered mom. Every time I thought I knew who dunnit, another corner was turned. It wasn't until near the end that I had the slightest idea of the who, what, why. It's a fun, easy read for anyone who likes a good mystery.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Ledford

    I've enjoyed reading about author Burrell's leading lady, Sabre Brown, since book one. She carries this novel as well, first and foremost with precision and integrity. An advocate for child's rights, Sabre moves through the world to find answers few are wiling to reveal--even if the answers are painful to take in. The novel is written with prowess and finesse, and every element introduced is resolved with satisfaction. The geocache element is fascinating and implemented with interesting clues tha I've enjoyed reading about author Burrell's leading lady, Sabre Brown, since book one. She carries this novel as well, first and foremost with precision and integrity. An advocate for child's rights, Sabre moves through the world to find answers few are wiling to reveal--even if the answers are painful to take in. The novel is written with prowess and finesse, and every element introduced is resolved with satisfaction. The geocache element is fascinating and implemented with interesting clues that kept me highly interested. I listened to this audiobook for hours at a time. Entertaining and fascinating from the first minutes to the last, the theme and surrounding story lines were riveting. I highly recommend this listen, or read for those who prefer paper or electronic versions.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Beth Agejew

    Sabre, JP, Bob and Ron are all back in The Advocate's Geocache. When Sabre and JP embark on a geocaching expedition, little do they know that a day's fun will be the start of a mysterious treasure hunt, one that is full of twists, turns and cryptic clues. Along the way, they interact with a prominant political family that just might have a secret or two to hide. Once you start The Advocate's Geocache, you won't want to put it down. You'll want to be right there with Sabre and company as they dis Sabre, JP, Bob and Ron are all back in The Advocate's Geocache. When Sabre and JP embark on a geocaching expedition, little do they know that a day's fun will be the start of a mysterious treasure hunt, one that is full of twists, turns and cryptic clues. Along the way, they interact with a prominant political family that just might have a secret or two to hide. Once you start The Advocate's Geocache, you won't want to put it down. You'll want to be right there with Sabre and company as they discover each new clue. And, who knows, you might learn something about geocaching, too! Congratulations Ms. Burrell on another winner!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Erman

    Another great read! I have anxiously awaited reading each new book in this series, and have never been disappointed! My only problem is waiting for the next one. I love the characters. The plots are always good-never slow or boring! I think I especially enjoy the child advocacy stories as a former elementary teacher myself, as is Ms. Burrell. Please, just keep them coming! I can hardly wait for the next one. I am never ready to be finished with one! Always want more Sabre, JP, Ron, Bob and their Another great read! I have anxiously awaited reading each new book in this series, and have never been disappointed! My only problem is waiting for the next one. I love the characters. The plots are always good-never slow or boring! I think I especially enjoy the child advocacy stories as a former elementary teacher myself, as is Ms. Burrell. Please, just keep them coming! I can hardly wait for the next one. I am never ready to be finished with one! Always want more Sabre, JP, Ron, Bob and their great stories! Thanks, Teresa Burrell!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Bradford Williams

    A cracking and exciting story from the first suggestion that someone was about to be murdered mixed with this popular hobby of geocaching. The main character attorney Sabre Brown assisted by her brother and her ace investigator JP follow a labyrinth of clues to follow the evidence to a successful conclusion. Author Teresa Burrell has become quite proficient at writing exciting stories and this will not be a disappointment!

  14. 4 out of 5

    Barbara Tobey

    I always thought geocaching would be fun to try. Not a required interest for reading this book, but it would make it even more fun. I enjoyed the fact that I was familiar with the various locations, such as San Diego, LaJolla, etc. Also not necessary to know, but adds entertainment. Nice lead character and her friends and family add to the story. I am grateful to have been introduced to this author via Netgalley, which provided me with an ebook for my honest review.

  15. 5 out of 5

    deryl taylor

    Another great story It took reading through before I found myself enjoying the suspense and mystery in this book. That's why I gave it 5 stars. The author is a wonderful suspense writer. This book was the end of the 7 book series that I read one after the other in anticipation for a great story. I recommend reading this author's books. Another great story It took reading through before I found myself enjoying the suspense and mystery in this book. That's why I gave it 5 stars. The author is a wonderful suspense writer. This book was the end of the 7 book series that I read one after the other in anticipation for a great story. I recommend reading this author's books.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Heather Siani

    Another win in the Advocate series! I would think I had it figured out, then find myself second guessing, then third guessing! If you're a fan of the Advocate series, you'll love this adventure of Sabre's. Another win in the Advocate series! I would think I had it figured out, then find myself second guessing, then third guessing! If you're a fan of the Advocate series, you'll love this adventure of Sabre's.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Veronica Johnson

    I've enjoyed this entire series! I love the way that Teresa writes and her commitment to family (both blood ties and extended family) and true affection in relationships! Sabre and JP's slow build was really wonderful! I've enjoyed this entire series! I love the way that Teresa writes and her commitment to family (both blood ties and extended family) and true affection in relationships! Sabre and JP's slow build was really wonderful!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Gina Basham

    One of my favorite Advocate books so far! Loved the geo-cache angle. I had never heard of that and it made the story fascinating. As always I love the writing and the child advocate information. I am enjoying the developing relationship of the main characters. I would highly recommend. gbash

  19. 4 out of 5

    Janie Felix

    New and mysterious As a senior citizen I was not aware of geocaching...now, thanks to Ms Burrell, I know and might even try it. Love the advocate series in all, however this was the best to date! Mysterious, suspenseful and fun. A must read for Advocate fans

  20. 5 out of 5

    ruil cox

    Great series I would recommend the whole series T.B . is a great story teller the characters are all good especially thorn.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Jill

    Loved this book. Kept my attention from beginning to end. Great mystery.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Satrajit Sanyal

    The seventh book of The Advocate Series is a really good, tight mystery novel. Sabre and JP's romance has finally moved on to next level and they found themselves doing GeoCaching. The mystery starts here when they found a "Monroe's Death Certificate" stating the reason "Murder by Poison". You must be wondering so what's the mystery is all about !!! Date of the Death Certificate is same 7 days from the day they found it. So who is the mystery killer who wan's Monroe dead ?? Who is Monroe ?? By t The seventh book of The Advocate Series is a really good, tight mystery novel. Sabre and JP's romance has finally moved on to next level and they found themselves doing GeoCaching. The mystery starts here when they found a "Monroe's Death Certificate" stating the reason "Murder by Poison". You must be wondering so what's the mystery is all about !!! Date of the Death Certificate is same 7 days from the day they found it. So who is the mystery killer who wan's Monroe dead ?? Who is Monroe ?? By the way Sabre has a juvenile case where the oldest kid's father is named Monroe ?? Is this just a coincidence or something more ? Ron, Sabre's big brother, loves puzzles and goes on to unlock the clues one after another as they discover every GeoCaching leaves a trail of clues for the next item. Honestly, I loved the book, the way the mystery is unveiled, the way it is written and most importantly, finally Sabre & JP are together. It was getting sort of boring, where JP & Sabre won't be accepting their feelings and you go on reading same thing over and over again in 6 books. But this seemed a good way ahead for both of them. Must Read.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Diana L. Wells

    This is the 7th in the Advocate series. The are well written you do not need to read them in order, unless you share my mania for beginning at the beginning. This was a reunion for me with Sabre, JP and Sabre’s brother Ron. Sabre is a child advocate attorney and JP is her go to investigator. Sabre has been introduced to Geocaching by her friend Jennifer and while out on a search Sabre and her now boyfriend JP, find a cache with an official looking Death Certificate. This cache holds a clue to an This is the 7th in the Advocate series. The are well written you do not need to read them in order, unless you share my mania for beginning at the beginning. This was a reunion for me with Sabre, JP and Sabre’s brother Ron. Sabre is a child advocate attorney and JP is her go to investigator. Sabre has been introduced to Geocaching by her friend Jennifer and while out on a search Sabre and her now boyfriend JP, find a cache with an official looking Death Certificate. This cache holds a clue to another cache and as they follow them, they discover that these Geocaches are are related to a case Sabre is working on for 5 underage kids. Their mother, Brandy is more worried about her singing and acting than she is about her children, so they have been placed in foster care. She swears her oldest son Conway’s father is Monroe Bullard a multi-millionaire from Nashville, TN but a prior paternity case proves otherwise. The story builds from chapter to chapter, she keeps you guessing until the last minute about who the murderer is and what the future holds for Conway and his younger brother and sisters.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maryann Forbes

    I enjoy Teresa Burrell’s, The Advocate’s series, featuring Sabre Brown, an attorney and child advocate in the San Diego Juvenile Court system. The Advocate’s GeoCache is the seventh book in the series and included the usual cast of characters including: Bob Clark, another Juvenile Court attorney and Sabre’s best friend, and JP Torn, her Private Investigator and beau. Sabre, a recent newcomer to the GeoCaching game, seemed to be receiving caches that were meant specifically for her, and one appear I enjoy Teresa Burrell’s, The Advocate’s series, featuring Sabre Brown, an attorney and child advocate in the San Diego Juvenile Court system. The Advocate’s GeoCache is the seventh book in the series and included the usual cast of characters including: Bob Clark, another Juvenile Court attorney and Sabre’s best friend, and JP Torn, her Private Investigator and beau. Sabre, a recent newcomer to the GeoCaching game, seemed to be receiving caches that were meant specifically for her, and one appeared to contain the possible forewarning of an imminent death of a person named Monroe. Not much to go on, right? Ultimately the clues also appeared to be related to a family Sabre and Bob were working with. I find The Advocate’s series to be entertaining and easy reads with likable characters and well crafted storylines; this book fit that profile. I found the GeoCaching game with its clues and many possibilities a bit tedious, yet I imagine fans of the game enjoyed it. The Advocate’s GeoCache was a satisfying read. 3.5 stars.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Paula P

    An interesting mystery! I am an avid geocacher and I found some of the story was far-fetched but not so much that I disliked it. In the real world, when a new geocache is published many people are notified and flock to it in order to be the First Time Finder. That doesn't seem to happen in the story and in reality it isn't a choice. There is absolutely no way they were the FTF on almost all of the geocaches involved. With that said, I did actually like the story line and found it original and re An interesting mystery! I am an avid geocacher and I found some of the story was far-fetched but not so much that I disliked it. In the real world, when a new geocache is published many people are notified and flock to it in order to be the First Time Finder. That doesn't seem to happen in the story and in reality it isn't a choice. There is absolutely no way they were the FTF on almost all of the geocaches involved. With that said, I did actually like the story line and found it original and refreshing.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Holly Lenz

    The Advocate’s Geocache is an entertaining legal thriller with a puzzling twist. I personally have to wonder how the lead character finds time for Geocaching with her busy life, but the story is full of twists and turns and is very entertaining. The narrator does a pretty good job with the books. His voice tends to make the characters sound a bit older, which doesn’t help the love interest investigator, but he is fairly good at doing most of the character voices anyway. I received a complimentary The Advocate’s Geocache is an entertaining legal thriller with a puzzling twist. I personally have to wonder how the lead character finds time for Geocaching with her busy life, but the story is full of twists and turns and is very entertaining. The narrator does a pretty good job with the books. His voice tends to make the characters sound a bit older, which doesn’t help the love interest investigator, but he is fairly good at doing most of the character voices anyway. I received a complimentary copy of this audiobook. This is my honest and voluntary review.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Charles

    Rats! Left us hanging regarding JP and Sabra I hope they at least get engaged in next book. It is interesting that Teresa used geocaching as an vehicle to tell her story. The hobby sounds like fun if I wasn’t 65 years old. The Boy Scouts have created a geocaching merit badge. With politics, murder, paternity tests this book has a lot to keep track of. I’m off to book 8.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Josh

    I'm not really a fiction fan, but since the story centered around another of my hobbies, geocaching, I thought I'd give it a shot. The story was entertaining, and although I haven't read any other in the Advocate series, the author built the characters very well. I may give fiction another shot. A tip of my hat goes to the author, as she gave me some very good ideas for new geocaches, as well. I'm not really a fiction fan, but since the story centered around another of my hobbies, geocaching, I thought I'd give it a shot. The story was entertaining, and although I haven't read any other in the Advocate series, the author built the characters very well. I may give fiction another shot. A tip of my hat goes to the author, as she gave me some very good ideas for new geocaches, as well.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Dianne P. Walker

    Good fairy tale ending Good book, good plot, easy read. The ending gives one hope after all those dead bodies. And that is what fairy tale endings are for....hope (and hunks on white horses).

  30. 4 out of 5

    Judy Jacobs

    Burrell's Best So Far Without spoiling the book jyst know that it will keep you guessing throughout all the plot twists & turns. Clue after clue must be decoded..you may solve the clues before they do, but not the mystery! Burrell's Best So Far Without spoiling the book jyst know that it will keep you guessing throughout all the plot twists & turns. Clue after clue must be decoded..you may solve the clues before they do, but not the mystery!

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