We are greeted in Todd Borg’s newest as a logger is cutting a tree that falls the wrong way, and a tree that he doesn’t get away from fast enough.
Owen McKenna happened to be in the area and saw a young girl looking as if she were lost.
He approached her and finds out she is waiting for her grandfather. We find out that she is the granddaughter of the unlucky logger.
Street takes the young girl, Camille, in until they find out what happened to her grandfather.
I always enjoy visiting with Owen McKenna and seeing how he solves the cases while we learn something new. We also see how he “takes care of“ criminals - there is some violence.
Tahoe Moon treats us to a lesson in tree cutting, sign language, skateboarding, and also gives us a lesson on what someone can do with catalytic converters.
This book is another amazing read filled with Todd Borg’s master storytelling skills and one that keeps you glued to the pages as McKenna does his investigations.
The ending will have you flying through the pages as Owen McKenna is flying on his skateboard as he tries to catch the “bad guy.”
Brilliant, very knowledgeable author.
Todd’s books are always educational and have a pull-you-in storyline.Readers always learn about some sport, something literary, something obscure, and always something very interesting.
Todd's fans won’t want to miss this one.5/5
This book was given to me by the author for an honest review.