The Trouble With Tigers

The hot as hell Detective Dutch Callaghan’s on her trail again and showing more than a professional interest.
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Lions and tigers and skunks, oh my! Kandi Cain’s a psychic pet detective. Her cases range from wrangling baby goats, to finding lost critters. Her current case is rescuing a lion from a Nigerian warlord. Kandi knew dressing up as a demonic clown and walking a lion down a city street would freak people out. But, wow! She didn’t expect Armageddon.

The hot as hell Detective Dutch Callaghan’s on her trail again and showing more than a professional interest. Kandi’s talents have attracted the attention of a CIA black ops agent who wants her to steal twelve endangered white tigers from a Pakistani warlord. The mission’s crucial to prevent a terrorist attack.

Wait! What? Terrorists? What had she gotten herself into? Kandi wasn’t a superhero. She couldn’t bend steel with her bare hands, and she wasn’t faster than a speeding bullet. She’s Doctor Doolittle. She talks to the animals and occasionally the dead.
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Kandi Cane can speak with animals, and bugs, and birds, and reptiles; you get the picture. She is psychic, a strong, snarky psychic who can also commune with the dead and is combat trained. In other words, she is one bad a** female. That also makes her a target for those who want to use her. Thankfully, she has a strong support system made up of friends, family, and admirers. She also has a killer sense of humor. Read what happens when an abusive CIA agents gets her involved with rescuing rare white tigers. It is a great read, and has some bonus side plots to boot.

-- Rhonda Jones

This has to be the funniest book I have ever read. Laugh out loud. Funny and lots of action. Kandi is a psychic pet detective. Just don’t tick h

-- Sandy

About the Author ▸ Gail Koger

I was a 9-1-1 dispatcher and to keep insanity at bay, I took up writing. Not to worry. The insanity isn’t catching – much. Other than the addiction to chocolate and the twitch in my left eye, I’m good. or Wulf and the Bounty Hunter won LRC Best in Science Fiction 2016 Game on Askole was Night Owl’s TOP PICK – 4 ½ stars Crossing Quinn won LRC Best in Science Fiction 2017 Catching Dragos won Readers Choice Award at TRR 2016
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