Dead in Her Tracks

Dead in Her Tracks On Christmas morning Solitude Oregon unwraps murder This wasn t how Police Chief Zane Duncan expected to spend his first Christmas with fellow officer and girlfriend Stevie Taylor But when a local

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  • Title: Dead in Her Tracks
  • Author: Kendra Elliot
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  • Page: 317
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  • On Christmas morning, Solitude, Oregon, unwraps murder This wasn t how Police Chief Zane Duncan expected to spend his first Christmas with fellow officer and girlfriend Stevie Taylor But when a local motel calls in the discovery of a dead body, the couple s holiday takes a grim turn This is the second murder in Solitude within the week, despite the fact that their primarOn Christmas morning, Solitude, Oregon, unwraps murder This wasn t how Police Chief Zane Duncan expected to spend his first Christmas with fellow officer and girlfriend Stevie Taylor But when a local motel calls in the discovery of a dead body, the couple s holiday takes a grim turn This is the second murder in Solitude within the week, despite the fact that their primary suspect is already in custody Together, Zane and Stevie must face a disturbing truth their small town may be harboring two killers.As their investigation digs deep into the backgrounds of newcomers and longtime residents alike, Zane and Stevie also struggle to adjust to life under the same roof Even if the stress of homicides and cohabitation don t bring an end to the couple, the murderer lying in wait just might.

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    1. This review can also be found at Carole's Random Life.Once I started reading this novella, I didn't want to put it down until I had finished. The great thing is that it really easy to do exactly that since this is a pretty short piece at only approximately 100 pages or so. I enjoyed the first novella in this series and decided to jump right into the second one. I actually ended up liking this one more than the first. This novella picks up right after the events of the first in the series. There [...]

    2. 3.5 stars. These last two novels were devoid of sex. And it's was sorely missed. In such short books, I missed that connection and I don't need sex in books. But it would have been nice here. I figured out the mystery before the police. It was a little to obvious, hence the rating. But I enjoy the town and characters. And would continue on with the series of it continues.

    3. Dead In Her Tracks, by Kendra Elliot, is the second Rogue Winter novella. Together with Melinda Leigh they have teamed up to bring us more of the trouble that keeps coming to Rogue River surrounding the Taylor family. Stevie and Zane investigate another murder in Solitude. They discover a link between this murder and the one investigated by Carly and Seth in Tracks Of Her Tears. However, solving the murder proves more difficult than originally thought when things go amiss with their prime suspec [...]

    4. In late 2014 I read a novella serial written by Melinda Leigh and Kendra Elliot called Rogue River. It was a four part serial where each writer wrote a novella. There was one overall story arc with two characters' point of view (two sisters). They are romantic suspense thrillers and I found myself really enjoying the books. While each author gave their character a distinct voice at times I would forget which author was writing as they were quite seamless.In 2015, I was again offered to review tw [...]

    5. This is the second in a series of novellas (by two different authors) revolving around a small Oregon town. The first was so-so, but this one was a real winner. Taut, building suspense and well-drawn and sympathetic characters are just two of the reasons I'll return to the series. Kendra Elliot has what it takes to write a superior thriller!

    6. Dead in her Tracks by Kendra Elliot is a 2015 Montlake Publication. I was provided a copy of this book by the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This is the second book in the Rogue Winter novella arc. The first book is “Track of Her Tears” by Melinda Leigh and I highly recommend reading it first, if possible, since the two stories tie in together. However, this one can be read a stand alone too. Zane and Stevie have their hands full on Christmas day when the body of a [...]

    7. 3.5 Stars. I liked this, if not quite as much as the first book. It was a little shorter, and although I enjoyed the investigation, it wrapped up far too quickly for my tastes. Stevie and Zane's relationship loose ends tied up nicely, though.

    8. This is the sequel to TRACKS OF HER TEARS by MELINDA LEIGH. It is now Christmas in the small town of Solitude, a time of celebration, family and friends and lots of good food and fun.Unfortunately, Zane and Stevie are called away to investigate another murder. The young lady in the motel is dead and it looks like the died the same way as another young woman who was found weeks ago. The man who was arrested for the earlier murder is in jail so did he have time to kill this one before he was thro [...]

    9. 3.5 Stars - .5 Flames And so it continues…another female body is found on Christmas day, which only asks more questions than finding answers in this 2nd installment to the series. We met Stevie in the first installment. She’s the sister of Carly and is a police officer. She also happens to be dating the Chief, Zane. Instead of spending Christmas day with family and friends, Stevie and Zane find themselves looking at another female body in one of the only motels in town. We find out pretty fa [...]

    10. Dead in her tracks starts off where Track of her tears leaves off completing the mystery. This novellais more police procedural than book 1 and we have to follow the clues to find out if Zane and Stevie are chasing after a serial killer. I will admit I was a little surprised at who the killer ended up being.I love that Melinda Leigh and Kendra Elliot they are able to write two different stories and yet be able to blend the novella as one. As a reader I have have enjoyed every book both of these [...]

    11. I enjoyed this novella more than the first one, but I thought they were both nice for a quick read. I'd definitely recommend reading the stories in order, as they build on each other. The twist at the end was surprising, though just before it was revealed I did suspect itough that's probably expected - lol.

    12. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. There was a good amount of suspense and mystery crammed into the short story. Great job!! It is the second that I have read from this author and will definitely be reading more.

    13. Great bookThis was a fast and good read. I hope there are more in this series of books. I liked the characters and the plot.

    14. Synopsis:On Christmas morning, Solitude, Oregon, unwraps murder…This wasn’t how Police Chief Zane Duncan expected to spend his first Christmas with fellow officer and girlfriend Stevie Taylor. But when a local motel calls in the discovery of a dead body, the couple’s holiday takes a grim turn. This is the second murder in Solitude within the week, despite the fact that their primary suspect is already in custody. Together, Zane and Stevie must face a disturbing truth—their small town may [...]

    15. (PureTextuality)This is the second in this series, that features two authors, not writing the same book, but instead each writing every other book. This is the second time this duo has written a set of novellas about the small town of Solitude, Oregon. These are mysteries, with a thriller aspect, and each features one of two couples-the same two that were in the original set of books.I received a copy of this from Net Galley, in exchange for a fair and honest review.Taking place soon after the f [...]

    16. Reviewed by GeminiDead in Her Tracks is the second book in the Rogue Winter Novella Series. It picks up right after the events that happened in the first novella, Tracks of Her Tears. Although, it’s a different author, the pace picks up perfectly and I felt like there was a deeper look into this group of characters as opposed to the first group. The possibility of two killers preying on the small town of Solitude, Oregon becomes more clear and intriguing in this installment. You have to read T [...]

    17. Since the beginning, I found myself deeply into the story of Dead in Her Tracks, devouring the pages until reaching the end. It's just a novella but it's got all the elements that make a very good story: captivating main characters, emotion and riveting and mysterious events happening in a small town. Yes, it gave me a great pleasure reading this novella and seeing again this romantic couple from the Rogue River novellas: Stevie and Zane. After Zane is called to a crime scene in a motel where th [...]

    18. Melinda Leigh and Kendra Elliot team up again to bring us more of the Taylor family and the trouble that keeps coming to Rogue River. Its been 7 months and Stevie has still not 100% committed relationship wise to Zane. The two are called out to a murder at a hotel of a young girl and realize that the killer they had arrested for another murder (from Melinda's book) either had committed more murders than they thought or there was another killer out there. Through out the investigation and intervi [...]

    19. Last year I read the 4 novellas in the Rogue River Series (/series/1370). Dead in Her Tracks and Tracks of Her Tears comprise the follow up and are the Rogue Winter Series. The novellas were nice follow ups to last years books and were quick reads. Although they could be read as a stand alone, I do think they are probably better for those of us who have read the complete series.I received an ARC from Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.I liked the story line and the characters. I enjoyed [...]

    20. This is the second and final book in the Rogue Winter series. Stevie and Zane investigated another murder in Solitude. They discovered a link between this murder and the one Carly and Seth investigated in Tracks of Her Tears. Solving the murder would prove to harder than they thought when things go awry with their primary suspect.The mystery tied up the loose ends from the prior book. The killer wasn’t obvious, but I was very satisfied with who it was. I liked this one more than Tracks of Her [...]

    21. Dead in Her Tracks is book 2 in the Rogue Winter series and follows on from Tracks of Her Tears, which should be read first. It's Christmas, but Zane and Stevie, who first featured in the Rogue Rivers series, are called out to a motel where the body of another young woman has been found. Is the suspect for the previous murder, who is in jail, innocent or is there another killer in Solitude? Considering this is a novella, it is amazing how much is going on in this story. It captivates you from st [...]

    22. An immediate continuation of Tracks of Her Tears we have Zane, police chief of Solitude, and Stevie, police officer, solving another murder. This murder might be linked to a few other missing women cases but one answer turns up a dozen more questions. Stevie and Zane have been dating about seven months and while trying to solve cases they attempt to be relaxed about their serious relationship. The mystery unravels beautifully without giving anything away, hinting at suspects and shifting gears q [...]

    23. Kendra Elliot delivers a faced past thrilling story in the latest installment of Rouge Winters Novellas. “Dead in Her Tracks,” opens up in a rundown motel room shortly after where the previous novel left off with Sheriff Zane and his fellow officer/girlfriend Stevie Taylor investigating a murder of a female college student. Zane and Stevie are not sure if there is a connection to a previous murder, but they do know that the problem is bigger than the young girl who was just trying to surpris [...]

    24. Short, quick read for me. I think this author has talent, but the story seemed to fly right by without any real depth. Since this is book two, I obviously missed some parts of the story, but those parts weren't even briefly rehashed for the benefit of those who didn't read book one. The writing was a bit simplistic to me, with more exposition and explanation of feelings than I like to see. The story itself was what kept me reading I wanted to find out what happened, who the killer was. I wouldn' [...]

    25. This novella is part of a series set in small town Oregon and superbly written by Kenda Elliot and Melinda Leigh. This is the second in the Rogue Winter series. It's Christmas and there have now been two murders in Solitude. This is not how Zane and Stevie saw their first Christmas going. Is this murder tied to the earlier one? Are both of the murders tied to the missing women ? A fast paced romantic thriller. Kendra and Melinda pack a punch into a novella. Twists, turns, and surprise ending tha [...]

    26. Love Kendra Elliot!!I love Kendra Elliot books. She is an awesome writer with full characters! So why did I give this book and the 1st one in the series a 3 star rating? Because I hated the new format! I turned off the animation but then my Kindle wouldn't let my screen rotate to landscape. I do not want my books animatedI like my imagination just fine. But as long as I can turn the animation off I will buy then. But not unless you allow the screen to rotate!

    27. I LOVE Kendra and I LOVE this series!I'm not usually a novella lover, but Kendra and Melinda are 2 of my very favorites. There is just the right amount of everything in these novellas.If you haven't ready anything anything by either of these authors, you don't know what your missing out on!!!

    28. My MusingsHow cool this is, Kindle in Motion animated listening. Maybe the wave of the future? Anyway, another great story by this talented author. I highly recommend this book to anyone who enjoys fast paced, exciting romances with engaging characters and a fantastic plot.Happy ☺reading 📚!

    29. Hate the video!Story good - hate the distraction of the videos. I like to see the characters in my mind. The actors didn't match. Plus they break my train of thought. I probably won't read another book presented this way.

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