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Retired police officer and now private inspector, Todd McKenna races through another nonstop adventure. He is beat up twice , shot at, almost blown up also twice , kidnapped, taunted by a killer who is intent upon causing his demise in any number of horrible yet creative manners. Author Todd Borg creates another mystery which flies through all of the above circumstances to come to an ending which is complete and satisfactory. Character development is good and builds on returning characters while presenting new ones for this story.

I have bounced all over this series and each volume is a standalone yet has slight references to previous books.

An important cast member to the series is the dog named Spot! All told, a recommended book and series. One person found this helpful. Another great read by Borg. This one starts with a man about to commit murder.

Tahoe Killshot (Owen McKenna Mystery, book 4) by Todd Borg

He's just off the path of the Flume Trial. Trail bikers use this trail a lot. Its one awesome trail. His weapon is something that can't be traced. Its not a gun but is as lethal as one. Its also a weapon that makes no noise and can easily be destroyed leaving no trace. Right now Glory, a singer who's made it big and her trainer and body guard Tyrone are biking their way towards the man who will murder one of them. Of course the man hits the wrong rider.

A rider who goes over the edge and five hundred feet to the ground below. A young truly gifted singer named Glory is now dead. Owen McKenna is 6'6" tall and over two hundred pounds. He's not a guy anyone doesn't notice. Owen is at home when he gets a phone call from a woman named Faith Runyon. Faith wants to meet with him about the death of Glory. A death everyone is assuming was an accident.

Faith tells him it wasn't an accident but she doesn't want to tell him anything over the phone and a meet is set up in the middle of the lake. Owen will use one of his friend Jennifer Salazar's boats and Faith says she will meet him there. Faith gives him a description of the boat she will be using. Owen and Spot his huge one hundred and seventy pound Great Dane get the boat from the Salazar estate and head out to the lake. Owen then see's another boat matching the description of the boat Faith has.

Faith is twenty yards away when her boat explodes throwing both Owen and Spot into the water and overturning his boat. Hypothermia is the problem as Owen manages to get himself and Spot up on the overturned boat and another boater rescues them. Seems Faith may have been right about Glory's death.

So begins one damned fine read and one rollercoaster of a ride. In the category of fun-to-read novels, Todd Borg has become my favorite living author. I own the entire series 11 at this time and have read 7. I'm almost hesitant to start the others just because I'll feel so empty once they're gone. If you're reading this, there's a good chance you're already familiar with the Owen McKenna series, and this one follows suit with the others - sure, the overall series is a bit formulaic - but who cares? It's a winning formula.

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The cast of characters - Owen, Street, Diamond, and Spot feel so familiar, so real, that you really welcome meeting them all again for the next adventure. Tahoe Killshot may be my favorite of the series - or at least a tie with my other favorite - Tahoe Deathfall - but the reality is they are all wonderfully entertaining Those aspects of the story are very minor, and the story and the new characters specific to this book are great.

The "mystery" part of this book is probably the most complex of all the Tahoe books, so if you are the type of reader who gets frustrated that there aren't enough clues to figure it all out on our own, then this book might frustrate you, but that's okay. Mysteries are no fun if they're simple enough to figure them out half-way through. Just go along for the ride. I can't recommend it highly enough. I keep thinking I will get bored since I am reading these books without reading anything else.

I am far from bored. The books get better and I am more in love with Spot. The characters are great and get deeper with every book. The detective's dog is my favorite character, then his girlfriend, and police friend Sergeant Ramirez, as I find Owen McKenna's character not really likeable to much of a degree, as compared to the detectives in John Sandford's novels either the Prey series or the spin-off of Virgil Flowers. But the book keeps you guessing most of the way through the story, which is better than most authors manage.

I am usually reading several books at once, as I tend to be able to keep the storyline of each book separate. However when I start a Todd Borg book, I don't seem to be able to put it down, and I'm glued to it until the last page. I love his stories, I love the characters, and its a fine and fun ride to the end.

This book had me worried that one of the characters would turn out to be the criminal, and I guess you'll have to read the book to find out I sure do love Spot and Natasha. I have loved these books from the first one I read, which a friend gave me. I'm familiar with the Tahoe area so it made it even more interesting, knowing where these places were.

And Spot, who wouldn't love him. I can picture his expressions and how easily a dog can make you feel guilty for not sharing with just a look. Not so fun is when Spot gets hurt.


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All the stories I have read so far have been great. See all reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published 16 days ago. Published 24 days ago. Published 3 months ago. Published 6 months ago. An important cast member to the series is the dog named Spot! All told, a recommended book and series. One person found this helpful. Another great read by Borg. This one starts with a man about to commit murder. He's just off the path of the Flume Trial.

Trail bikers use this trail a lot. Its one awesome trail. His weapon is something that can't be traced. Its not a gun but is as lethal as one. Its also a weapon that makes no noise and can easily be destroyed leaving no trace. Right now Glory, a singer who's made it big and her trainer and body guard Tyrone are biking their way towards the man who will murder one of them.

Of course the man hits the wrong rider.

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A rider who goes over the edge and five hundred feet to the ground below. A young truly gifted singer named Glory is now dead. Owen McKenna is 6'6" tall and over two hundred pounds. He's not a guy anyone doesn't notice. Owen is at home when he gets a phone call from a woman named Faith Runyon. Faith wants to meet with him about the death of Glory.

A death everyone is assuming was an accident. Faith tells him it wasn't an accident but she doesn't want to tell him anything over the phone and a meet is set up in the middle of the lake. Owen will use one of his friend Jennifer Salazar's boats and Faith says she will meet him there. Faith gives him a description of the boat she will be using. Owen and Spot his huge one hundred and seventy pound Great Dane get the boat from the Salazar estate and head out to the lake.

Owen then see's another boat matching the description of the boat Faith has. Faith is twenty yards away when her boat explodes throwing both Owen and Spot into the water and overturning his boat. Hypothermia is the problem as Owen manages to get himself and Spot up on the overturned boat and another boater rescues them. Seems Faith may have been right about Glory's death. So begins one damned fine read and one rollercoaster of a ride. In the category of fun-to-read novels, Todd Borg has become my favorite living author.

I own the entire series 11 at this time and have read 7. I'm almost hesitant to start the others just because I'll feel so empty once they're gone. If you're reading this, there's a good chance you're already familiar with the Owen McKenna series, and this one follows suit with the others - sure, the overall series is a bit formulaic - but who cares? It's a winning formula.


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The cast of characters - Owen, Street, Diamond, and Spot feel so familiar, so real, that you really welcome meeting them all again for the next adventure. Tahoe Killshot may be my favorite of the series - or at least a tie with my other favorite - Tahoe Deathfall - but the reality is they are all wonderfully entertaining Those aspects of the story are very minor, and the story and the new characters specific to this book are great.

The "mystery" part of this book is probably the most complex of all the Tahoe books, so if you are the type of reader who gets frustrated that there aren't enough clues to figure it all out on our own, then this book might frustrate you, but that's okay. Mysteries are no fun if they're simple enough to figure them out half-way through. Just go along for the ride. I can't recommend it highly enough. I keep thinking I will get bored since I am reading these books without reading anything else.

I am far from bored. The books get better and I am more in love with Spot. The characters are great and get deeper with every book. The detective's dog is my favorite character, then his girlfriend, and police friend Sergeant Ramirez, as I find Owen McKenna's character not really likeable to much of a degree, as compared to the detectives in John Sandford's novels either the Prey series or the spin-off of Virgil Flowers.

But the book keeps you guessing most of the way through the story, which is better than most authors manage. I am usually reading several books at once, as I tend to be able to keep the storyline of each book separate. However when I start a Todd Borg book, I don't seem to be able to put it down, and I'm glued to it until the last page.

I love his stories, I love the characters, and its a fine and fun ride to the end. This book had me worried that one of the characters would turn out to be the criminal, and I guess you'll have to read the book to find out I sure do love Spot and Natasha. I have loved these books from the first one I read, which a friend gave me. I'm familiar with the Tahoe area so it made it even more interesting, knowing where these places were. And Spot, who wouldn't love him. I can picture his expressions and how easily a dog can make you feel guilty for not sharing with just a look.

Not so fun is when Spot gets hurt. All the stories I have read so far have been great. See all reviews. Most recent customer reviews. Published 16 days ago. Published 24 days ago. Published 3 months ago. Published 6 months ago. Published 7 months ago.