The Call of the Woof
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Army veteran Jake Black has a new lease on life, thanks to service dog Felix and his trainer, Marcia Banks. Despite a traumatic brain injury, Jake’s able to ride his beloved motorcycle again, with Felix in the sidecar. But his freedom to hit the open road is threatened once more when he and his wife are arrested for robbery.
Called in to dog-sit, Marcia can’t sit idly by. She and her mentor dog, Buddy, set out to clear the Blacks’ name, fighting misconceptions about bikers and the nature of TBI along the way. When murder is added to the mix, Marcia redoubles her efforts, despite anonymous threats and her sheriff boyfriend’s strenuous objections, both to her putting herself at risk... and to dragging him along on her wild ride.
Kassandra 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
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.