• Mile High Mayhem

  • FBI-K9 Series, Book 4
  • By: Jodi Burnett
  • Narrated by: Kimberly Austin
  • Length: 6 hrs and 52 mins
  • 4.9 out of 5 stars (47 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

FBI Agent Logan Reed specializes in explosives. He can track and defuse almost any incendiary device....

Except for the one buried deep inside his soul. 

Home from Afghanistan now for two years, Logan has secured the perfect assignment on the FBI-K9 Bomb Squad in Denver. His new partner, a Belgian Malinois named Gunner, is an expertly trained bomb-sniffing dog. He’s everything a handler could hope for, except he’s not Lobo. 

Agent Addison Thorne, a Bomb Technician at the top of her game, doesn’t trust the new guy. He’s too quiet and never goes out with the crew for a beer after work. There’s just something about him that makes her nervous, and nerves aren’t what a bomb-tech likes to feel. 

Tasked with finding a bomber on the loose in the Mile High City, the explosives team must figure out who is planting the bombs and why before the civilian casualties skyrocket. Will they find all the bombs before panic ensues and they are forced to evacuate the capital? 

When Reed finds himself in a situation mirroring his painful past, he locks up. Will Thorne be able to snap him back to the present before it’s too late? Can he hold it together or will he fail once again? 

Either way, his own life and that of Thorne and Gunner could come to a fiery end. 

If you love explosive action thrillers, you will love Mile High Mayhem. Order your copy today!

©2020 Jodi Burnett (P)2021 Jodi Burnett

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Nothing like a Romance & love of a good dog!

Jodi Burnett has done it again! Mile High Mayhem , another novel in her FBI K-9 series follows the adventures of the Bomb Squad and their K-9 team. It is an exciting story with many heart stopping moments as the team races against the clock to find and diffuse bombs set by a serial bomber. I love Jodi's detailed description of places throughout Colorado. It's like being there on site, as part of the team, a participant instead of an observer. Her characters are so real and even the dogs have personality. You can feel deep in your soul the love and loyalty the team both 2- legged and four - legged share with each other. The romance between the hero and heroine develops like a slow burn over the course of the story,sweet and sexy. It does not overwhelm the story itself, rather it is the perfect balance to the intense action of the story.
Kimberly Austin's narration is also perfect. She has the a wonderful voice with just the right amount of inflection, speed and timing to keep the reader pinned to the performance. Definitely don't listen at bedtime because her rendition will not induce sleep! Kimberly is able to change her tone to reflect the distinct personality of Jodi's characters. She is an artist drawing her audience into the story so like Jodi's mastery, you become the story , a member of the cast instead of in the wings!
Brava Brava, Ladies! I can't wait to listen to more!

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Finally!

Finally the characters have some of the depth needed to live up to the storyline! The stories in this series have always had great potential, but yet fell flat because there was not enough character development. This story also moved a bit faster. I have great hope for this author!

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I NEED MORE!!!

I need more from this author!! I'm such a fan of these characters!! she has a way of making them so real and relatable! Hope there is a new one coming!!!

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Mayhem

Addison and Logan along with Logan’s dog Gunner. Page bu page Jodi draws you in! Each with their own baggage, can Jodi and Logan get together for each other and to bring the case to end. You’re going to want to set aside time to read Mile High Mayhem because you’re not going to want to put it down! Just a heads up there are some adult themes.

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Nicely done audio and EXCELLENT storyline

Author has a knack for portraying animals with human like characteristics. Gunner, K-9’in this edition, is written with love and his “movements/personality rings” through to readers.
Without giving books storyline away- Gunner’s owner, Reed, is hesitant to connect with not only his K-9 partner but everyone else in his life.
Enjoy tearing down Reed’s walls with the characters expertly created by author in 4th episode in series.

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Another good story

Jodi Burnett writes about canine law enforcement dogs and their human partners. This story centers on Logan, an FBI explosives dog handler, his four legged partner Ranger and bomb defusion expert Addison. The story takes three interwoven lines: Logan and his relationship with Ranger (clouded by a previous loss), his relationship with Addison, and their investigation of a twisted, tormented serial killer in Denver Colorado. The plot moves well. The narrator is wonderful with her voice characterizations and vocal nuances. It's a very good story but the parts with the serial killer are not for the faint of heart. Parts were very difficult to listen to. But a bonus was learning about a HEA for two characters in a previous book. I will continue this fascinating series.

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Mile High Mayhem

I really enjoy the FBI K9 series. Each story revolves around a different main character in the series. Mile High Mayhem is Logan's story. Journey with Logan and his K9 partner as they search out explosives and come to terms with Logan's past.
Good story, leaves you looking forward to the release of book 5!

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Intriguing

An amazing story with lots of action. FBI agent Logan specializes in explosives. His job is definitely not boring. Perhaps there’s a bit of romance in the air as well. The narrator helped make the story come alive.

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Gunner, the Faithful Hero

Mile High Mayhem has so many layers in the story. First, there is FBI Agent Logan Reed in the FBI-K9 Bomb Squad in Denver. He was been mourning his K-9 dog partner, Lobo and blaming himself for Lobo's death. He decided being friends with his Bomb Squad unit would open him to more pain. If he distance himself, he won't be emotionally vested of caring with his co-workers.

Next is Addison Thorne, an FBI agent who is Reed's boss and a bomb tech. She is an adrenaline junky. She was a responsibility of making sure her subordinates make it home at the end of the day. Reed puts her off and makes her nervous. Being nervous is a bad emotion especially if she is seconding guessing herself.

Thorne and Reed has to solve a crime of who is the bomber that has been bombing targets that doesn't make sense at all and at the same time, gives enough warning for the people in the buildings to evacuate.

At one point, with Thorne being suspicious of Reed, I second-guess myself that Reed might be the antagonist in the story except that Reed's new K-9 partner, Gunner is just too smart to be around a villain. If it came down to trusting a person or a dog, a dog is a lot more trustworthy.

Tension are high when Reed and Thorne search several buildings in the story for the bomb. Each scenes is tense and the bomber is smart.

I do get the bomber for seeking revenge after all, bullying can make or break a person. In this case, it broke the bomber. The bomber is intelligent. He leaves clues for law enforcement to find and to put the pieces together. In some way, he wants his agenda to be complete but at the same time, he doesn't want to be caught until his vendetta is done.

This is a very good book to read especially of Reed and Gunner's relationship. It makes me want a dog like Gunner.

The narrator, Kimberly Austin did a really good job. I would need to listen to her narration to decide whether she would be one of my favorite narrators.

This is the first book, I have listen to. I'm going to listen to the other three books in this series. This will also gives me an opportunity to listen to the narrator again. I just love the interactions of handler and dog's relationship. I just love stories where the dog received equal attention as the hero and heroine do.

I was given this audiobook by the author. I have decided to voluntary write an unbiased review for the book. I was not compensated or influenced in any way of writing this review.

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Action-packed thriller.

Mile High Mayhem is an excellent combination of high intensity action and main characters who are not only likable but show their human frailties. Along with the action and characters I found the location personally familiar having visited all the malls mentioned in the story. If you enjoy books that are part of a series but work very well as stand-alone stories give this one a try. Kimberly Austin’s narration brought each character to life as well conveyed the story in a flawless manner.

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  • Caroline Hannam
  • 01-10-22

Another great book in the series

I didn’t think Jodi could beat Concealed Cargo... and she didn’t, but this book has come in as a close second for me - so far anyway.

I enjoy that each novel covers a different type of crime, introduces a new K9-handler and the romance involves love interest from a new background and very different character.
The thing I love even more is that the characters from the previous books are part of the next story, even if they just make a brief appearance and so the FBI-K-9 family grows.

Logan Reed and his new K9 partner Gunner are assigned to an FBI explosives team, led by Addison Thorne. He won’t bond properly with his excellent bomb sniffer dog and is very reserved with his new team mates. Addison is concerned about this behaviour and wonders if Logan is right for her team and is determined to get to the bottom of Agent Reed’s reasons for his reticence.

It was a great story, with lots of action, breath taking moments and insights into human behaviour and motivations.

I experienced this story as audio book, once again beautifully and sensitively narrated by Kimberly Austin. Having the same narrator for the series enhances the listening pleasure for me. It emphasises the continuity of the series, though each book could be read / listened to as standalone.

I received this book in audio book format from the author and am leaving this review of my own volition.