Desperate Creed: (Book 5 Ryder Creed K-9 Mystery)

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Prairie Wind Publishing
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6.0 X 0.88 X 9.0 inches | 1.41 pounds

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About the Author
Alex Kava is the New York Times, USA Today and Amazon bestselling author of twenty-three novels that include the critically acclaimed series featuring K9 handler Ryder Creed and the international bestselling series with FBI profiler Maggie O'Dell. She's been awarded two Nebraska Book Awards, a Florida Book Award and the Mari Sandoz Award. Published in thirty-five countries, her novels have sold seven+ million copies and have appeared on bestseller lists in the UK, Australia, Germany, Poland, Italy and Japan. When she's not writing, Alex enjoys spending time with her pack of Westies. They are definitely not as well trained as Ryder Creed's dogs.

Praise for Alex Kava's Ryder Creed series

"The Ryder Creed books are absolutely phenomenal." --Suspense Magazine

"A flawed, fierce protagonist whose first and absolute loyalty is to his dogs, plus compelling storylines: A SLAM-DUNK RECIPE for late-night reading!" -The Bark

"An unusually SUSPENSEFUL and PROVOCATIVE thriller." -Huffington Post

"GRIPS THE READER in its clutches from page one." -- RT Reviews

"An engrossing, suspense-filled, COMPLETELY ORIGINAL mystery." --Lincoln Journal Star

"RIVETING." -- Working Mother

"EXTREMELY VIVID and ENGAGING DETAIL about how dogs are trained and how they behave on the job." --Florida Weekly

"With twists, turns, and suspense galore . . . IMPOSSIBLE TO PUT DOWN." -- Modern Dog

"SUPERIOR INTRODUCTION to a new thriller series." --Publishers Weekly (starred review)

"Kava has a knack for throwing in THREATS THAT SPARK rational and irrational fears." -- Pensacola News Journal

"A FINELY CRAFTED tale." -- Criminal Element

"Of course readers will care about Maggie and Ryder. But the dogs? THE DOGS WILL DRAW READERS like bees to honey. Guaranteed." -- National Book Examiner, UK

"A NAIL-BITING, can't-put-it-down mystery." -- Omaha World Herald