After five years in Africa, researching the decline of elephant populations, Kate Caraway’s project comes to a screeching halt when she shoots a poacher and is forced to leave the country. Kate and her husband travel to a friend’s ranch in Texas for a much-needed rest. But before Kate even has a chance to unpack, her friend’s daughter pleads for Kate’s assistance. The young woman has become entangled in the ugly world of greyhound abuse and believes Kate is the only one with the experience and tenacity to expose the crime and find out who is responsible. On the case for only a few hours, Kate discovers a body, complicating the investigation by adding murder to the puzzle. Now, she’s in a race against time to find the killer before she becomes the next victim...


In Run Dog Run by Kathleen Kaska, Dr. Kate Caraway is a renowned researcher, author, and animal-rights activist who has to leave Africa suddenly after shooting a poacher illegally killing elephants. Kate and her husband Jack return home to Texas, where Kate immediately becomes embroiled in her goddaughter’s fight to stop the abuse of racing greyhounds on neighboring ranch. She’s hardly begun her investigation when she finds the body of her goddaughter’s informant and realizes this is more than just a case of animal abuse. Being outspoken and determined to protect the greyhounds, Kate soon becomes a target herself. Kaska gives us a glimpse into the world of greyhound racing’s underbelly with an intriguing mystery, charming characters, and plenty of fast-paced action. ~ Taylor Jones, The Review Team of Taylor Jones & Regan Murphy

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