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Image of Bravo, Tango, Cowboy


Image of Bravo, Tango, Cowboy

BRAVO, TANGO, COWBOY (4.5) by Joanna Wayne: Investigator Hawk Taylor is drawn to widow Alonsa Salatoya, who has lost too much in her short life. Just weeks after her FBI agent husband's death, Alonsa's daughter was kidnapped during a zoo outing and she spent years trying to find her. Now, just as Alonsa has found some peace, crank phone calls of a child's voice crying for her are terrifying her. With obstacles and time throwing a curve into the investigation, Hawk wonders if the kidnapping is random or a result of her late husband's investigations. Alonsa is a tough but emotionally scarred woman going through a parent's worst nightmare, and Hawk, the savvy and fearless ex-SEAL, is her only anchor in Wayne's brilliantly written tale.

Reviewed by: 
Pat Cooper