Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Clean Sweep 01 1-2 - Ilona Andrews

"It wasn’t a mountain lion. A puma would’ve pinned the dog and bitten through the nape of his neck. Then she would’ve dragged him off or at least eaten the stomach and the insides. The thing that killed Brutus smashed his skull with a devastating blow. Then it scoured the dog’s sides and sliced its stomach open, releasing the intestines, but didn’t take a single bite. This was a territorial kill, left for everyone to find – look how bad and clever I am. “That’s the third dog in two weeks,” Margaret said. “It has to be a mountain lion.”" 3.5 out of 5