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The Father Has Untold Riches Carston Kraytower’s San Francisco hedge fund is hugely profitable. But Kraytower has a secret background he’ll do anything to conceal. Two of his colleagues know what he’s hiding. All seems okay until they start dying in inexplicable ways up at Lake Tahoe. The Son Is Kidnapped To Punish The Father For Past Sins Kraytower’s son Joshua grows up surr The Father Has Untold Riches Carston Kraytower’s San Francisco hedge fund is hugely profitable. But Kraytower has a secret background he’ll do anything to conceal. Two of his colleagues know what he’s hiding. All seems okay until they start dying in inexplicable ways up at Lake Tahoe. The Son Is Kidnapped To Punish The Father For Past Sins Kraytower’s son Joshua grows up surrounded by riches and secrets and deadly mysteries. Those mysteries drive a killer to seek revenge. The killer kidnaps Joshua, the one person who is innocent. A Killer Plans A Shakespearean Revenge As the murderer’s scheme unfolds, Tahoe Detective Owen McKenna realizes that in order to find and save the kidnapped boy, he has to unravel a mystery that seems to stretch back in time to Shakespeare’s Hamlet, a gripping tale filled with betrayal and murder, where nearly all the characters die...


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The Father Has Untold Riches Carston Kraytower’s San Francisco hedge fund is hugely profitable. But Kraytower has a secret background he’ll do anything to conceal. Two of his colleagues know what he’s hiding. All seems okay until they start dying in inexplicable ways up at Lake Tahoe. The Son Is Kidnapped To Punish The Father For Past Sins Kraytower’s son Joshua grows up surr The Father Has Untold Riches Carston Kraytower’s San Francisco hedge fund is hugely profitable. But Kraytower has a secret background he’ll do anything to conceal. Two of his colleagues know what he’s hiding. All seems okay until they start dying in inexplicable ways up at Lake Tahoe. The Son Is Kidnapped To Punish The Father For Past Sins Kraytower’s son Joshua grows up surrounded by riches and secrets and deadly mysteries. Those mysteries drive a killer to seek revenge. The killer kidnaps Joshua, the one person who is innocent. A Killer Plans A Shakespearean Revenge As the murderer’s scheme unfolds, Tahoe Detective Owen McKenna realizes that in order to find and save the kidnapped boy, he has to unravel a mystery that seems to stretch back in time to Shakespeare’s Hamlet, a gripping tale filled with betrayal and murder, where nearly all the characters die...

30 review for Tahoe Hit

  1. 5 out of 5

    Elizabeth of Silver's Reviews

    Murders occurring by use of a dart filled with etorphine - a substance that is used to tranquilize animals but instantly deadly to humans. Two high-profile millionaires that were college friends and co-workers of Carston Kraytower, a hedge fund millionaire himself, were murdered and the deaths were made to look like they were heart attacks. Owen McKenna resident investigator comes on the scene with Spot, Street, and Blondie to find clues, but Owen finds more than clues. Always nice to visit with t Murders occurring by use of a dart filled with etorphine - a substance that is used to tranquilize animals but instantly deadly to humans. Two high-profile millionaires that were college friends and co-workers of Carston Kraytower, a hedge fund millionaire himself, were murdered and the deaths were made to look like they were heart attacks. Owen McKenna resident investigator comes on the scene with Spot, Street, and Blondie to find clues, but Owen finds more than clues. Always nice to visit with these familiar, lovable characters. Owen finds Carston’s son who is mostly an introvert and who confesses that there are family secrets, but won’t reveal them. TAHOE HIT is another tension-filled, signature Todd Borg book with twists, turns, and surprises with some Shakespeare added in for fun this time. Mr. Borg’s books have familiar characters, but they always seem to have unfamiliar, but interesting topics that introduce the reader to something not well known or in this case something that brought together a clever story line. TAHOE HIT will keep you turning the pages and at times have you biting your nails as Owen puts himself in danger but solves yet another mystery. Even though the book got a bit wordy at times, this book is another “hit” by master storyteller Todd Borg. 4/5 If you haven't met Todd Borg's wonderful characters and books yet, why not get started on them. They can be read as stand alones. This book was given to me by the author in exchange for an honest review.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Pamoliverio

    I met Todd Borg at an Art festival in La Quinta about 7 years ago. I was going to buy his books but he told me to just buy the Kindle version because they were easier to take on vacation, so I have all of them. I’ve enjoyed each one for it’s mystery, setting and characters. (More Diamond please!) The only part that made me flinch is a scene that depicts a fight that is very close to the way George Floyd died. I’m sure this book was written before that tragedy but it still was disconcerting. In add I met Todd Borg at an Art festival in La Quinta about 7 years ago. I was going to buy his books but he told me to just buy the Kindle version because they were easier to take on vacation, so I have all of them. I’ve enjoyed each one for it’s mystery, setting and characters. (More Diamond please!) The only part that made me flinch is a scene that depicts a fight that is very close to the way George Floyd died. I’m sure this book was written before that tragedy but it still was disconcerting. In addition to the mystery, Mr. Borg uses his books to school the reader in various subjects & this time one of the themes was Hamlet. Thanks for another tale starring Owen, Street, Diamond, and of course, Spot!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Soltesz

    Celebration Amazing kept me on my toes, never in a million years would I have figured it out and I’m a retired cop. Loved it brought a tear to my eye at the end. I always feel like I could go to Tahoe and look up Owen McKenna. Please keep writing I am a fan for ever ........

  4. 4 out of 5

    Eve Cheney

    I have read ALL eighteen of Todd's Owen McKenna mysteries. As an avid fan of beautiful Lake Tahoe, Todd's mysteries are really enjoyable. I'm able to identify most of the landmarks and also enjoy a well written mystery. Thank Todd for keeping me on your reader distribution. Good luck on Owen and Spots next adventure. I have read ALL eighteen of Todd's Owen McKenna mysteries. As an avid fan of beautiful Lake Tahoe, Todd's mysteries are really enjoyable. I'm able to identify most of the landmarks and also enjoy a well written mystery. Thank Todd for keeping me on your reader distribution. Good luck on Owen and Spots next adventure.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Mary Foss

    I have read all of Borg's books and always look forward to the next one. If you haven't read any of them, you are missing out! They are always entertaining, action-packed thrillers that keep you guessing as to "who did it?" and "what's next?" I love that he keeps the characters Street Casey and Spot in all of his stories. I am also impressed at how he manages to get himself out of tight jams without permanent injury...since he is not longer a San Francisco cop, but rather a PI that no longer carr I have read all of Borg's books and always look forward to the next one. If you haven't read any of them, you are missing out! They are always entertaining, action-packed thrillers that keep you guessing as to "who did it?" and "what's next?" I love that he keeps the characters Street Casey and Spot in all of his stories. I am also impressed at how he manages to get himself out of tight jams without permanent injury...since he is not longer a San Francisco cop, but rather a PI that no longer carries a firearm. This story was imaginative, intriguing, and full of suspense. Just when you thought you knew who committed the murders, it ends up being someone you would have least expected. I was also impressed with Owen's handling of Joshua, a young boy who had no parental guidance through his short life. Owen showed compassion, caring and concern for Joshua's circumstances and his fear of everything. It was also interesting to read how Owen pieced together the clues from Shakespear's Hamlet to determine who the players were in the plot.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Tom Deal

    Todd Borg just released "Tahoe Hit" his latest in the 18 volume Tahoe series. It's an over-used phrase, but he just keeps getting better and better. “Tahoe Hit” is another example of how Borg works the Lake Tahoe landscape and his stable of characters plus new ones, and weaves mysterious Shakespeare lyrics into a story that will keep you guessing wrong. The elements all work together in a murder mystery that misleads the reader before resolving the plot beautifully. I was sucked in and read half Todd Borg just released "Tahoe Hit" his latest in the 18 volume Tahoe series. It's an over-used phrase, but he just keeps getting better and better. “Tahoe Hit” is another example of how Borg works the Lake Tahoe landscape and his stable of characters plus new ones, and weaves mysterious Shakespeare lyrics into a story that will keep you guessing wrong. The elements all work together in a murder mystery that misleads the reader before resolving the plot beautifully. I was sucked in and read half of the 350 pages in my first sitting. I suggest reading the series from the beginning – “All that's past is prologue.” – to enjoy the artful character-and-relationship development and scene descriptions that are Todd Borg's forte. His stories are always an engaging beach or pool read about believable people living and working in that jewel of the Sierra, Lake Tahoe. Reading the series is a bit like taking a Tahoe vacation, but watch your back. Remember that “All the world's a stage” and you are more than a mere spectator.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Angie Adlerz

    Oh, the power of family secrets... This author knows how to get you hooked with the suspense and intelligent detective work by Investigator Owen McKenna and his ever helpful & lovable 'His Largeness', Spot, the Great Dane that you come to expect in this (the 18th) installment of Todd Borg's Tahoe Thrillers, with plenty of hints and promises of things lurking in the dark forests & mountains of the Sierra Nevada. And you can't put it down until your suspicions and guesses...are all wrong and once ag Oh, the power of family secrets... This author knows how to get you hooked with the suspense and intelligent detective work by Investigator Owen McKenna and his ever helpful & lovable 'His Largeness', Spot, the Great Dane that you come to expect in this (the 18th) installment of Todd Borg's Tahoe Thrillers, with plenty of hints and promises of things lurking in the dark forests & mountains of the Sierra Nevada. And you can't put it down until your suspicions and guesses...are all wrong and once again you get completely surprised by the story's twists & turns. By now you find yourself inmersed in beautiful Tahoe nature and bits of it's history, learned about poisonous murders and a Shakespearian connection... and the hunt for a killer is on! Excellent read, especially if you are fortunate to spend a couple of weeks in South Lake Tahoe as i did while reading TAHOE HIT and i was able to visit some of the locations mentioned in the book! Looking forward to the next book already!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Linda C. Brizendine

    Excellent I am a fan of the Owen and Spot books already, and this one is equally good. The mystery itself makes the book a great read. In Borg's books the villain is seldom the one I suspected through most of the book. If you enjoy a bonus besides the engaging mystery, you'll like this book and the whole series even more. Be prepared to learn something if you care to. Arts, entomology, cultures, psychology, and history are just some of the subjects that play supporting roles in McKenna's mysterie Excellent I am a fan of the Owen and Spot books already, and this one is equally good. The mystery itself makes the book a great read. In Borg's books the villain is seldom the one I suspected through most of the book. If you enjoy a bonus besides the engaging mystery, you'll like this book and the whole series even more. Be prepared to learn something if you care to. Arts, entomology, cultures, psychology, and history are just some of the subjects that play supporting roles in McKenna's mysteries. Street, who is McKenna's love, is complex and intelligent. Diamond, a friend and law enforcement officer, is also complex and intelligent. Of course there is Spot, the Great Dane with skills and talents of his own. Then there is the setting of the Lake Tahoe area which is fascinating in itself. This is an excellent mystery wrapped in entertainment and information.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Reading Borg’s 18th entry in his Tahoe mystery series is like meeting up with old friends. Featured are Owen McKenna, retired homicide detective turned PI; Street Casey, his entomologist girlfriend; Diamond Martinez, a sergeant from the sheriff's department; and of course, "His Largeness," Spot, Owen's Harlequin Great Dane. In his latest book, the prose of Shakespeare is incorporated into the suspenseful plot, which kept me on the edge of my backyard lounge (I usually read these sitting in a cha Reading Borg’s 18th entry in his Tahoe mystery series is like meeting up with old friends. Featured are Owen McKenna, retired homicide detective turned PI; Street Casey, his entomologist girlfriend; Diamond Martinez, a sergeant from the sheriff's department; and of course, "His Largeness," Spot, Owen's Harlequin Great Dane. In his latest book, the prose of Shakespeare is incorporated into the suspenseful plot, which kept me on the edge of my backyard lounge (I usually read these sitting in a chair on the Tahoe beach but this year I had to improvise) and the ending is simply wonderful (it even made me a bit weepy). And, as usual, the sites of Lake Tahoe are featured amidst the nonstop action. This is perfect for fans of thrillers by Lee Child and John Sandford as Owen McKenna is a “tough man’s man” with expert sleuthing skills, and the books could also appeal to fans of J. A. Jance, Marcia Muller, and Sue Grafton. If readers haven’t read any of these, each book can be read as a “stand-alone,” but as with most mystery series, they are best read from the beginning.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Storm

    Tahoe Hit” is a great addition to the Owen McKenna series. The founder of a hedge fund company hires McKenna to investigate the deaths of two associates. Some clues are connected to Shakespeare’s Hamlet, which kept the story interesting. Parts of the plot dragged a little, but the ending made up for it. Author Todd Borg is very good at developing the personalities of new characters. It’s always nice to reconnect with recurring characters Street Casey, Diamond Martinez, and dogs Spot and Blondie, Tahoe Hit” is a great addition to the Owen McKenna series. The founder of a hedge fund company hires McKenna to investigate the deaths of two associates. Some clues are connected to Shakespeare’s Hamlet, which kept the story interesting. Parts of the plot dragged a little, but the ending made up for it. Author Todd Borg is very good at developing the personalities of new characters. It’s always nice to reconnect with recurring characters Street Casey, Diamond Martinez, and dogs Spot and Blondie, and I enjoyed Diamond having a bigger presence in this story. Borg’s descriptions of the Tahoe area are enjoyable. I’ve read several books in this series, and have met Borg at art shows in Northern California where he sells some of his books. Hope that by next year those shows will happen again!

  11. 5 out of 5

    Karie

    Todd Borg weaves another clever mystery in "Tahoe Hit." His skill at delivering a plot that keeps the reader guessing throughout as to who and why victims are murdered, tantalizes the reader until the final reveal. Owen McKenna leads the reader through a maze of culpable suspects as to motives which are viable or are walls of deception. The clues that are sprinkled about are reminiscence of a Shakespearean tragedy. Owen is assisted towards the journey's climax by Spot, his Harlequin Great Dane, Todd Borg weaves another clever mystery in "Tahoe Hit." His skill at delivering a plot that keeps the reader guessing throughout as to who and why victims are murdered, tantalizes the reader until the final reveal. Owen McKenna leads the reader through a maze of culpable suspects as to motives which are viable or are walls of deception. The clues that are sprinkled about are reminiscence of a Shakespearean tragedy. Owen is assisted towards the journey's climax by Spot, his Harlequin Great Dane, Street Casey and Sergeant Diamond. The Author's description of the Tahoe area is excellent, providing the reader with access to the beautiful Tahoe Basin. -Karie Wyble-

  12. 4 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    Being a 40 year Tahoe resident, I can’t wait for Todd to release his annual summer reading offering. I have read every one of his fun, inventive and entertaining stories and was not disappointed with this one. In fact, I think this was one of his best. His stories revolve around ex San Francisco cop current Lake Tahoe private eye Owen McKenna and his Great Dane, Spot. Always included in his stories are references to local restaurants, historical sites and locations. As usual we have a great murd Being a 40 year Tahoe resident, I can’t wait for Todd to release his annual summer reading offering. I have read every one of his fun, inventive and entertaining stories and was not disappointed with this one. In fact, I think this was one of his best. His stories revolve around ex San Francisco cop current Lake Tahoe private eye Owen McKenna and his Great Dane, Spot. Always included in his stories are references to local restaurants, historical sites and locations. As usual we have a great murder mystery mixed with lots of twists, turns and red herrings to keep you guessing to the end. A great summer read in these to take your mind off our crazy 😜 world! Enjoy 😊

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ann

    Carston Kraytower had a Hedge fund and was making lots of money from it. But he was hardly ever home with his son Joshua. Joshua had a friend name Sky who loved music and he hung out with him all the time. Joshua was a shy and quiet kid. Other men involved with the Hedge fund started dying. Later thought to have been murdered. Owen a investigator was hired to find out more about their deaths. He had a big great Dane dog he call Largeness, He helped Owen hunt down people and criminals he was look Carston Kraytower had a Hedge fund and was making lots of money from it. But he was hardly ever home with his son Joshua. Joshua had a friend name Sky who loved music and he hung out with him all the time. Joshua was a shy and quiet kid. Other men involved with the Hedge fund started dying. Later thought to have been murdered. Owen a investigator was hired to find out more about their deaths. He had a big great Dane dog he call Largeness, He helped Owen hunt down people and criminals he was looking for. The truth was later found out about everything. But did it break up the friendship of the boys involved.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Denis Nolan

    This book reminds me of Tahoe Silence, Todd's book which won the Ben Franklin award for best mystery of the year. Todd does his usual thing of giving great and detailed descriptions of the surroundings (be they houses or the lake shore) while weaving a path that leaves you startled at the end. The first half of the book moves slowly as he develops the multiple characters, but the second half is non-stop suspense which ends in very unexpected ways. This is one of Todd's best literary efforts, and This book reminds me of Tahoe Silence, Todd's book which won the Ben Franklin award for best mystery of the year. Todd does his usual thing of giving great and detailed descriptions of the surroundings (be they houses or the lake shore) while weaving a path that leaves you startled at the end. The first half of the book moves slowly as he develops the multiple characters, but the second half is non-stop suspense which ends in very unexpected ways. This is one of Todd's best literary efforts, and I can't wait for the next one!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Greg Davidson

    This is the Fifth or sixth Owen McKenna mystery I have read. I live in Northern Nevada, in Minden, just below Lake Tahoe. So everything in these books, I can relate to. Although Owen is a retired SFPD, he is now a Private Eye. He carries no gun, But all of his local sheriffs do. This new book, which author Todd Borg set me before the release was just as good as the previous ones I've read. There are good folks, bad folks and questionable characters. It all gets revealed at the end, which I will This is the Fifth or sixth Owen McKenna mystery I have read. I live in Northern Nevada, in Minden, just below Lake Tahoe. So everything in these books, I can relate to. Although Owen is a retired SFPD, he is now a Private Eye. He carries no gun, But all of his local sheriffs do. This new book, which author Todd Borg set me before the release was just as good as the previous ones I've read. There are good folks, bad folks and questionable characters. It all gets revealed at the end, which I will not spoil for you. The Butler didn't do it.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Judi

    I seem to repeat myself with each Tahoe book I read, but they do keep getting better and better! There are people do not want any foul language in the books they read and at the same time I think some writers feel they need to use it or at least have their characters use it. Perhaps they think it sells more books, which I doubt very much. Yet Borg can write the kind of books, thrillers, that leave you on the edge of your seat, without any "salty" words at all. I'm mentioning this because I think I seem to repeat myself with each Tahoe book I read, but they do keep getting better and better! There are people do not want any foul language in the books they read and at the same time I think some writers feel they need to use it or at least have their characters use it. Perhaps they think it sells more books, which I doubt very much. Yet Borg can write the kind of books, thrillers, that leave you on the edge of your seat, without any "salty" words at all. I'm mentioning this because I think it matters to some people. There is some violence however.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Kathi Delegal

    Todd Borg has hit another home run with his latest book, Tahoe Hit. Reading about Owen McKenna, Street Casey and of course Spot in this, number 18 in the “Tahoe” series, is like visiting with old friends as a mystery unwinds in the beautiful setting of Lake Tahoe. Borg keeps us guessing who the killer is through to the very end, with hints from Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”. A fantastic read! And if you haven’t read any of his previous books, I highly recommend them as well.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    Todd Borg's new book Tahoe Hit is another great read. Each of his Owen McKenna mystery books grab you from the first page and pull you through to the conclusion. The Tahoe Hit is a wonderful read from the prologue to epilogue. Just as with his other books I could not put it down. I can't wait until Owen McKenna's next book come out. Todd, once again you have caught my imagination, I feel like I know your characters personally. Todd Borg's new book Tahoe Hit is another great read. Each of his Owen McKenna mystery books grab you from the first page and pull you through to the conclusion. The Tahoe Hit is a wonderful read from the prologue to epilogue. Just as with his other books I could not put it down. I can't wait until Owen McKenna's next book come out. Todd, once again you have caught my imagination, I feel like I know your characters personally.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Naoma

    When you walk the streets of Tahoe, you may find yourself looking around for his largeness! Being a frequent visitor to Tahoe, I happened upon a card at the Red Hut Cafe, with pictures of all the mystery books Todd had written. Thus began my roller coaster ride of absolute reading enjoyment. Tahoe Hit has to be his best yet! An avid fan of Shakespeare on Sand Harbour, I was intrigued by the way he wove the Shakespearean clues into the surprise ending. Todd has a way of always teaching us things When you walk the streets of Tahoe, you may find yourself looking around for his largeness! Being a frequent visitor to Tahoe, I happened upon a card at the Red Hut Cafe, with pictures of all the mystery books Todd had written. Thus began my roller coaster ride of absolute reading enjoyment. Tahoe Hit has to be his best yet! An avid fan of Shakespeare on Sand Harbour, I was intrigued by the way he wove the Shakespearean clues into the surprise ending. Todd has a way of always teaching us things from Shakespeare sayings to scientific research to name a few, all interwoven into beautiful descriptions of the Tahoe area. I enjoy the dramatic way he always begins his books. Tahoe Hit is no exception. You are instantly on the edge of your seat. Then you settle in with the "gang" and seek to figure out the ending before you actually get there. You marvel at the unique way Todd has of weaving words into this latest mystery thriller. It will not disappoint. Todd does not use questionable language to keep you glued to the pages. Love your latest Todd! Thank You!

  20. 5 out of 5

    John

    I've read all of this authors books now and this last was was a moon shot over the last couple. The was one of the best coming from the author. Mr. Borg has a tendency to go off the rails some times on things such as hang-gliding etc. Not this book. The only thing maybe a little over done was the explanation of the murder weapon itself. Anything else said would be a spoiler alert. For murder mystery fans a must read I've read all of this authors books now and this last was was a moon shot over the last couple. The was one of the best coming from the author. Mr. Borg has a tendency to go off the rails some times on things such as hang-gliding etc. Not this book. The only thing maybe a little over done was the explanation of the murder weapon itself. Anything else said would be a spoiler alert. For murder mystery fans a must read

  21. 4 out of 5

    Janet Freitag

    Another winner I have read the entire series and enjoyed every book in it. Strong characters and differing plots make these books so much fun to read. I am familiar with the Tahoe area. Sitting at McKenna's cabin with him, you can smell the pines and see the sparkle of the lake. And there is always Spot. Wouldn't be the same without him. Another winner I have read the entire series and enjoyed every book in it. Strong characters and differing plots make these books so much fun to read. I am familiar with the Tahoe area. Sitting at McKenna's cabin with him, you can smell the pines and see the sparkle of the lake. And there is always Spot. Wouldn't be the same without him.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Joyce Burk

    Todd Borg has a great way of building suspense In his mystery works. I've been one of his fans since he first began his Tahoe series. I have never outsmarted him and guessed the murderer. It is a shame that his works are only available as ebooks because my library parons are not all able to read these books in this format. I'm willing to spread the word to my friends and patrons about this fantastic author. Todd Borg has a great way of building suspense In his mystery works. I've been one of his fans since he first began his Tahoe series. I have never outsmarted him and guessed the murderer. It is a shame that his works are only available as ebooks because my library parons are not all able to read these books in this format. I'm willing to spread the word to my friends and patrons about this fantastic author.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Randy Horshok

    Another winner from Todd Borg! Once again, Borg delivers a gripping mystery along with a multitude of head-scratching facts! I mark the calendar to catch the next Jack Reacher, Lucas Davenport, Joanna Brady, and Owen McKenna books. Tahoe is the perfect home for Borg's thrilling stories and I can't wait for the next installment. Another winner from Todd Borg! Once again, Borg delivers a gripping mystery along with a multitude of head-scratching facts! I mark the calendar to catch the next Jack Reacher, Lucas Davenport, Joanna Brady, and Owen McKenna books. Tahoe is the perfect home for Borg's thrilling stories and I can't wait for the next installment.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Another hit. I love Borg's writing. I'm familiar with the Tahoe area and can so relate to where he is at any given time. I love to solve the crime as I read the story. I know his pattern, but he fooled me again. I ignored what I knew to be true and followed him down the wrong path. I am another fan eagerly awaiting his next book. Another hit. I love Borg's writing. I'm familiar with the Tahoe area and can so relate to where he is at any given time. I love to solve the crime as I read the story. I know his pattern, but he fooled me again. I ignored what I knew to be true and followed him down the wrong path. I am another fan eagerly awaiting his next book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Susan Petree

    As usual, Todd Borg has written a wonderful mystery that kept me up until two A.M. finishing the book. Living in the same area, I understand all of the towns and places that he includes in his stories. Makes me want to revisit over and over. His understanding of dogs is outstanding and great to be inclueded in the plot. I can hardly wait for the next one.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Rohm

    Todd has done it again with a book that not only takes you to Lake Tahoe and environs, but brings back our old friends, Diamond Martinez, Street Casey and, of course, Spot. A must-read for fans of The Tahoe series, and a good starter, if you're not familiar with the Tahoe mystery books. I recommend it highly! Todd has done it again with a book that not only takes you to Lake Tahoe and environs, but brings back our old friends, Diamond Martinez, Street Casey and, of course, Spot. A must-read for fans of The Tahoe series, and a good starter, if you're not familiar with the Tahoe mystery books. I recommend it highly!

  27. 5 out of 5

    Emily Mathews

    Another Tahoe hit! I can't say enough about how much I enjoy Todd Borg's Tahoe series. They move so quickly and are so full of vivid description and educational facts and side stories that you never get bored. Try as I might, I have yet to guess the ending of any of his 18 books. Maybe I will get lucky with book 19. Another Tahoe hit! I can't say enough about how much I enjoy Todd Borg's Tahoe series. They move so quickly and are so full of vivid description and educational facts and side stories that you never get bored. Try as I might, I have yet to guess the ending of any of his 18 books. Maybe I will get lucky with book 19.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lori Bindner

    Classic Tahoe book! Between snippets of classic authors and murder, mystery and mayhem, I want to visit Tahoe more than ever now. Secret lairs, beautiful scenery and the awesome cast of characters along with twisted plots full of action and intelligence, these all keep me reaching for more of Todd’s books. This author is a favorite and I eagerly anticipate the next novel!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Valerie Downs

    Loved it! This was one of my favorite Tahoe books. I really love the dimension in the characters. They are well fleshed out and much more complex than many participants that are flat and in other novels and evoke no emotional optional response. And the familiar Street and Owen, Diamond and Santiago are are much like good friends to the reader. Well done.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Dar

    Another great story from Todd Borg. Good mystery, action, plus engaging characters. And Spot. The description of Tahoe is remarkable, I've been there once, and must go back. I don't think I've ever read a mystery with such a heartfelt ending. Kinda needed this right now. Another great story from Todd Borg. Good mystery, action, plus engaging characters. And Spot. The description of Tahoe is remarkable, I've been there once, and must go back. I don't think I've ever read a mystery with such a heartfelt ending. Kinda needed this right now.

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