From the Description
Angie Graves has moved to Houston after her house burned down in Colorado. She has come to Houston to join the Harris County Wasp Control to search for zombies. (Houston is the epicenter of the zombie breakout.) But Angie is having trouble adjusting to life in Houston. It’s not just that she misses her mountains and cool temperatures, but she is having to adapt to a whole new way of life. The politics are bigger, and unlike little Jack Calf, Colorado, she now has multiple search and rescue groups to contend with, and they do not always work well with each other. Then there is Murder. Her dog is acting strange, and she isn’t quite sure what to do with that. All his troubles are about to be magnified, though because…
On the other side of Texas, in the middle of nowhere, a dead dog is found in a desert canyon in Big Bend National Park. One lone Parks Ranger suspects there is more to this death than a simple case of a dead animal on the trail. He begins searching into what happened to this dog, and does it have an owner. His questions will lead him to Angie, and together they will begin a hunt for creatures more dangerous than bears and mountain lions…
Publication Date: April 27, 2018
Publisher: Doug Goodman
File Size: 607 KB
I received a copy of this book from the author for review consideration. This is in no way reflected in my opinion of this novel. I did not receive any form of compensation for my review.
Dead Dog, the sequel to the fantastic Cadaver Dog (my review can be found HERE) is a fast paced and exciting story. Continuing the story of Angie and Murder felt like catching up with old friends who I hadn’t heard from in awhile. I was cheering them on as they learned to navigate the murky political waters of Houston and still hunt zombies, rescue their victims and train a new volunteer teams to aid in the search. I really wanted to smack the publicity hungry leader of Missing Lone Stars in the head repeatedly as she tries to undermine Angie and Murder. When Angie & Murder meet up with Ranger Tyler McKinney to find a missing backpacker in Big Bend they find a mystery that kept me glued to the page. With its extremely satisfying conclusion Dead Dog left me hungry for more, I can’t wait until the next part of this phenomenal 5 star read.
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About the Author
Doug Goodman is a writer from Houston. He loves the outdoors and going on adventures with his family. He write books about zombie-hunting dogs, giant kaiju monsters, the post-apocalyptic future, astronauts, weresharks, and whatever else kind of fun my mind gets me into. I have two awesome kids, one amazing wife, and two white German Shepherds. He can be found socializing on Facebook, Twitter, GoodReads, as well as most major social media sites, and on his WEBSITE.