Wednesday, June 17, 2009
Review - Doggie Day Care Murder by Laurien Berenson
Paperback: 320 pages
Publisher: Kensington; Reprint edition (August 4, 2009)
Melanie Travis is a new mother (again) and very very tired when her friend Alice decides to go back to work. Alice wants to sign her dog up at the local dog daycare center but she wants Melanie to check it out first since she knows more about dogs than she does. Well, that leads to Melanie being there when one of the owners' dead body turns up. And Melanie is once again doing her amateur sleuthing.
I have enjoyed every book of this series. I love the characters and the dogs. LOL This one Went really fast for me because I did actually pickup on many clues and activitely figured out the motive. Doesnt always happen for me, so it was fun.
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