Thursday, June 27, 2019

Bark of Night by David Rosenfelt

When he takes his dog to the vet, the vet asks him to come to his office.  He's reassured it's not about his dog, she's well, this is something else.  It seems someone brought a French bulldog in and wanted it euthanized.  There's nothing wrong with the dog, must he do that?  The lawyer says no.  Then they find out the man who brought him in is not the owner.  The owner doesn't answer his phone.  That's because he's dead...

Minotaur Nooks and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you).   It will be published July 16th.

Andy is a PI as well as a lawyer, and this case catches his attention.  Especially when they arrest a young man who has no record.  He's being framed but the cops don't think so. 

There's lot of good detective work done by Andy.  There's smuggling, homeless men dying, gangs involved and before the story is over the Feds get involved, too.

I enjoyed this read and I especially liked the fact that the French bulldog got a new forever home.  I like happy endings.


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