Detective Tracy Crosswhite has a skill, and a soft spot, for tackling unsolved crimes. Having lost her own sister to murder at a young age, Tracy has dedicated her career to bringing justice and closure to the families and friends of victims of crime.So when Jenny, a former police academy classmate and protg, asks Tracy to help solve a cold case that involves the suspicious suicide of a Native American high school girl forty years earlier, Tracy agrees. Following up on evidence Jennys detective father collected when he was the investigating deputy, Tracy probes one small towns memory and finds dark, well-concealed secrets hidden within the communitys fabric. Can Tracy uphold the promise shes made to the dead girls family and deliver the truth of what happened to their daughter? Or will she become the next victim?...
|Title||:||In the Clearing|
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|Number of Pages||:||479 pages|
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In the Clearing Reviews
For 40 years Kimi Kanakset's death was labelled suicide. But when her father dies, Jenny discovers amongst his possessions the original file on the case. A file classed in the system as having been destroyed.
Jenny asks her friend and police academy classmate Tracy Crosswhite for help as what she has read has perturbed her. After reading the file Tracy agrees and sets about uncovering a long buried truth.
This is my first Robert Dugoni. I found the plot interesting, but not gripping in an 'omg I j ...more
I am really enjoying the Seattle setting of this series, and Dugoni has drawn some sympathetic characters in the main story of the mysterious decades-old death of Kimi Kanasket.
The current-day subplot felt a little tacked-on, though it certainly has some twists of its own.
This is an interesting book and I recommend it to all who like Dugoni's books, Seattle/West Coast settings, or mysteries generally.
40 years ago, the death of Kimi Kanasket, a Native American girl about to start college, was deemed a suicide. But her family and Deputy Sheriff Buzz Almond had doubts. When Buzz's daughter, Sheriff Jenny Almond, asks Tracy to look into this cold case with a fresh perspective, Tracy is reminded of her sister's disappearance and the pain of not knowing what happened that affected her family so deeply.
At the same time, Tracy's team back in Seattle deal with an investigation into the shooting of a ...more
I am not sure why I waited so long to read this book after reading Her Final Breath. With each installment the series grows stronger. There are two different cases ongoing in this latest offering. The first follows Tracy as she investigates a cold case using her accumulated vacation days to investigate unofficially. Use it or lose it. The second case allows the members of her squad to take the spotlight and show that they have skills too.
Jenny Almond, a friend and former classmate from the acade ...more
This is the third book in the Tracy Crosswhite series which is definitely a must read for all police procedural mystery lovers
Tracy's sister Sarah disappeared when she was a teen which haunted and shaped Tracy’s future. So when her friend Jenny asks her to investigate a 40 year cold case mysterious suicide of a teenager Tracy jumps right in. Meanwhile back in Seattle her team is investigating a domestic shooting where the mom and son have both confessed to killing the victim.
Robert Dugouni wro ...more
Robert Dugoni brings back Tracy Crosswhite to help solve a case that has been cold for 40 years.
A former police academy classmate and friend, Jenny, reaches out to Tracy to help solve the possible murder of a Native American high school student. It was officially ruled as suicide. Jenny's dad was a new deputy when he investigated. When he passed away, Jenny found the file locked away in his desk. And she would like Tracy to take a look ... Jenny would like closure for her father ...and for the g ...more
Another great installment in the Tracy Crosswhite series. This is the third book in the series but I think you can read them as stand-alones. In this book, there are two mysteries going. One that is present and one that is a cold-case from 40 years ago. The cold-case is the more prominent story that is featured, though. I really like Robert Dugoni's writing. He's able to keep you guessing and wanting to turn the pages to see if you were right. I especially like Tracy as a character, which keeps ...more
Another wonderful book in the Tracy Crosswhite series! I love reading this series because I know the neighborhoods and businesses Robert Dugoni is writing about. It's like I’m riding shotgun while Tracy drives all around my city. I’ve come to realize that it’s enjoyable to read a book set in your city or state.
In the Clearing is the third book in the series and consists of two cases. A 1976 cold case over in Klickitat County, Washington of a Native American teenager who commits suicide ...more