New York Times bestselling author Robert Dugonis thrilling series continues as Seattle homicide detective Tracy Crosswhite is plunged into a case of family secrets and murder Another outstanding novel from one of the best crime writers in the business. Associated Press Called in to consult after a young woman disappears, Tracy Crosswhite has the uneasy feeling that thi...
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A Steep Price Reviews
I’m a fan of Robert Dugoni's books and have read them all except his single non-fiction book. This is the sixth entry in the Tracy Crosswhite series, and I’m happy to say the series is going strong.
Once again, there are two cases for the A team, and there is a new “fifth wheel” for the team, Andrea Gonzalez. Faz and Del investigate the shooting death of an anti-gang anti-drug activist. Del throws his back out, so Andrea teams with Faz. Faz is also dealing with a personal crisis. Tracy and Kins a ...more
This is a great addition to the stellar Detective Tracy Crosswhite and the Violent Crime Unit series based in Seattle, Washington. There are two storylines that dominate this book. The pregnant Tracy finds herself immersed in a court trial as a witness, but responds when a colleague tells her about a missing person case. Washington University medical student and aspiring paediatrician, Kavita Mukherjee has disappeared, and Tracy's gut instinct tells her there is more to the case, besides she has ...more
The sixth book in the Tracy Crosswhite series, while enjoyable, was not one of my favorites. The story, or more accurately stories, revolved around families. There are a couple of murders and a little bit of action during the investigation of one murder but mostly that appears to be a side story to the stories of families.
Tracy is pregnant and wants to keep it a secret. She has told her partner but that is it. She certainly doesn't want her captain to know. As readers of other books in ...more
Tracy Crosswhite Series, book 6.
Tracy Crosswhite is called in to consult after a young woman disappears and she has the uneasy feeling that this is no ordinary missing case. The body turns up in an abandoned well and Tracy's suspicions are confirmed. Estranged from her family, the victim had balked at an arranged marriage and had planned to to attend graduate school. Solving the mystery behind the murder isn't Tracy's only challenge.
There are two cases occurring in this book. The first is the. m ...more
On the surface A Steep Price is a fine police procedural about Detective Tracy Crosswhite’s team working two entirely different cases. Tracy’s case is at the request of t Detective Katie Pryor, Missing Persons Squad, and involves the disappearance of a beautiful East Indian woman, Kavita Mukherjee. Tracy is hung up testifying in court, so Det. Kin Rowe is soon roped into the investigation. When Tracy finds Kavita's body, Tracy is determined to retain this case despite jurisdictional issues.
First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Robert Dugoni, and Thomas & Mercer for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.
Presenting yet another stellar novel in the Tracy Crosswhite series, Robert Dugoni has not disappointed his fans whatsoever. While trying to come to terms with her pregnancy, Detective Tracy Crosswhite has yet to tell anyone, save her husband and partner, Kinsington Rowe. An added stress befalls Cross ...more
We again join Tracy Crosswhite and her fellow homicide detectives in Seattle, WA. There is much change happening, Tracy is pregnant and their fifth wheel Ron has joined a new squad and a new detective has joined A squad from Los Angeles who makes everyone suspicious.
The two main cases of the story are a murdered community activist and a missing young woman of Indian descent who was preparing for medical school. Both cases are full of twists and turns and are an examination of cultures; one the f ...more
In this 6th book in the 'Tracy Crosswhite' series, the Seattle homicide detective investigates the disappearance of an Indian woman, while her colleagues look into a murder. The book can be read as a standalone.
Aditi Dasgupta and Kavita Mukherjee, both from Indian families, grew up in the same Seattle neighborhood and have been friends since childhood. Having recently graduated from the University of Washington, the young women hoped to attend medical school. Thus they continued t ...more