Today is the blog tour for San Diego Dead (Jake Wolfe #4) by Mark Nolan. Thank you to Damppebbles Blog Tours for allowing me to participate today. Check out my review and let me know what you think!
Danger awaits Marine-turned-lawyer Jake Wolfe on his vacation to sunny San Diego and Cabo San Lucas. There he finds sugary white sand beaches, warm turquoise water, boat trips among gray whales, and … cold blooded murder.
It was meant to be a relaxing holiday for Jake and his adopted war dog, Cody, but violence erupts when he crosses paths with a criminal cartel urgently seeking to reclaim a deadly package.
Jake learns the missing item is a threat to US citizens and vows to stop the cartel from possessing it, no matter what vigilante justice actions he might have to take.
Time is running out and thousands of innocent lives are at risk. Will the two combat veterans be able to retrieve the dangerous item before the killers do? The clock is ticking, but Jake hopes that if anybody can help find the package, it has to be his highly-trained and ultra-intelligent dog, Cody.
Find out what happens next. Start reading the latest Jake and Cody thriller right now and enjoy another fast-paced stand-alone story by author Mark Nolan.
I picked up San Diego Dead because of the plot. I loved the idea of Jake and Cody, and it sounded like something I could really enjoy. And I’m happy to report that I LOVED this book! It’s part of a series, but I had no issues reading as a standalone. My poor TBR just grew though because I need more of Jake and Cody!
Mark Nolan is a very talented writer and I’m super happy this was my first novel by him. I’m impressed with the characters. Particularly Jake and Cody, but even the secondary characters were well written. Everyone felt realistic and I felt like I knew the characters.
The plot is great. I had trouble putting this book down and now all I want to do is start from the beginning of the series! Fast-paced, edge-of-your-seat, thrill ride.
I highly recommend San Diego Dead. I don’t think you’ll be disappointed!
*I received a free copy of this book from damppebbles Blog Tours in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own and unbiased.*
Mark Nolan has spent much of his life near the seashore. He loves dogs and has often been called a “dog whisperer.” These interests are reflected in his novels where the main character lives on a boat with his highly intelligent former war dog.
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