Zack Tolliver, FBI, rushes home to Tuba City, Arizona after he learns his friend Eagle Feather was attacked by a mountain lion and the Navajo guide's client is seriously injured. Zack knows the only cure for his friend's guilt is to hunt the cat down. But he quickly learns this is no ordinary animal, and it will be no ordinary hunt....
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cat zack tolliver fbi book 4 Reviews
Reviewed by Michelle Stanley for Readers' FavoriteCAT is Book 4 from the Zack Tolliver, FBI mystery-murder series by R. Lawson Gamble. When Eagle Feather, an Indian scout, is injured while tracking an inimitable mountain lion, federal agent Zack Tolliver takes an interest in the hunt for the animal. Eagle Feather is convinced a skin walker, who takes the shape of other animals, is involved. Zack does not believe in ancient folklore and tradition, but becomes worried when this elusive creature watches his home. As their investigation progresses, an Indian Seer who could help their case is murdered, and the evidence Zack gathers baffles him even more. Eagle Feather is more determined to catch the lion and heads into the canyon to find it. He soon realises that he is no longer the hunter but the prey when he encounters the giant beast.CAT is a lovely, fast-paced mystery that will hold readers' attention. The stirring legend of the skin walker fascinated me. The Native Indian dialect, the characters’ reactions to the superstitions, and the ancient dwelling caves of their ancestors were also interesting. Although Zack Tolliver is the primary protagonist, the story had very impressive characters like the fearless Eagle Feather who makes witty remarks. It is a well-developed story and R. Lawson Gamble's writing style makes every scene and setting visible to readers. The cover illustration is ideally suited for the theme. CAT, Book 4 from the Zack Tolliver FBI mystery series is the first book I have read from this author and I intend to read more from this series.
Excellent ExcellentWant more can I say, the book had me hooked from the very beginning. Recommend to anyone who loves suspense, supernatural, fiction and a good clean read. Recommend you read all the FBI series starting with book [email protected]
JkI loved this bookI read from start to finish I am ready for another bookI hope others are too
Holy Mountain LionYou can't explain away beliefs or superstitions. Don't even try, they are based on something that happened in reality or imagination. They are in grained in Christians, Buddhists, Muslims, Native Americans and more.
What a wild ride! 4 1/2 StarsEnjoyed the series even though I was skeptical of the unexplained. I usually read crime/procedural/mysteries but I was curious enough to download it through Kindle Unlimited, hoping these were not stories about Bigfoot! I'm glad I did. I found the books to be entertaining and interesting. I especially liked reading about the native American myths and how they were incorporated into the novels in an almost believable way similar to some of the popular works by authors such as Tony Hillerman or even the creepiness of John Connolly. The writing was good enough to make me feel so many emotions, joy, fear, horror, humor. I look forward to the next book in this series. 4 1/2 Stars!
UnusualLots of interesting suspicions, nothing really solved or answered which usually annoys me but in this case it was because the unexplainable can't be explained. Only real complaint early set up never resolved and Zack left his family hours after an attack with t hour any concerns or word and ended up leaving them completely at the end, not the actions of a hero. Only book in series I read and maybe other books have more of a character set up but I found characters shallow and selfish with no depth to the conversations. I hoped for more with such an intriguing premise.
Unexpected findThis is the first book I have read by this author. It is fast paced and exciting. A great blend of Navajo culture with a contrast of mystery and police intervention. Likeable characters and a stunning setting.