Run Dog Run


Fiction - Mystery - General
292 Pages
Reviewed on 05/16/2018
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Author Biography

Bio:
Kathleen Kaska is the author of two awarding-winning mystery series: the Sydney Lockhart Mystery Series set in the 1950s and the Classic Triviography Mystery Series, which includes The Sherlock Holmes Triviography and Quiz Book. Her first two Lockhart mysteries, Murder at the Arlington and Murder at the Luther, were selected as bonus-books for the Pulpwood Queen Book Group, the largest book group in the country. Her latest Sydney Lockhart mystery, set in Austin, Texas, is Murder at the Driskill. Run Dog Run Kathleen’s first mystery in the new Kate Caraway animal-rights series was released in March 2017.
When she is not writing, she spends much of her time with her husband traveling the back roads and byways around the country, looking for new venues for her mysteries and bird watching along the Texas coast and beyond. It was her passion for birds that led to the publication The Man Who Saved the Whooping Crane: The Robert Porter Allen Story (University Press of Florida).
Kathleen is a writer and marketing director for Cave Art Press. Her collection of blog posts was released in August 2017 under the title, Do You Have a Catharsis Handy? Five-Minute Writing Tips.

    Book Review

Reviewed by Samantha Dewitt (Rivera) for Readers' Favorite

Kate and Jack planned to relax with some old friends when they fled Kenya, but life and Rosa Linda have some very different plans for them. They’re barely in Texas for more than a few hours before Kate finds herself embroiled in something far bigger than she could ever imagine. What starts out as a case of potential animal abuse turns into something more when it begins to involve poisonings, blackmail, theft and murder. But even that isn’t all of what Rosa Linda and her new fiancé are up to. There’s even more going on than anyone knows and it just might take too long for them to put those pieces together in Run Dog Run.

If you’re looking for action and adventure, then you’re definitely in the right place. Run Dog Run by Kathleen Kaska is all about never giving up, fighting for what you believe in, and not being afraid of anything. Kate is strong-willed and determined to do the right thing, no matter what, which is what makes her a character that you want to follow. You never know what she’s going to do next or what’s going to happen to her next, which keeps you turning pages. Nothing is as it seems in this book and you’ll be wondering each time you turn the page whether someone else is going to be a suspect or a victim, or what the criminals are going to stoop to next. After all, the only thing that you do know is nothing is off limits to whoever is behind it all.