Saturday, January 16, 2021

Furbidden Fatality by Deborah Blake


Kari was lucky enough to win the lottery but she hadn't spent much of it.  She wanted to do something good and she decided to buy an old rundown shelter and fix it up.  She would work on getting the animals homes and there was even a house on the property she could live in.  The last thing she wanted to do was to find a dead man outside the kennel fencing out back...

Berkley and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published February 23rd.

The police chief thinks she killed him.  She researches the past and takes that info to him.  He says he knows about that, but she's still a suspect.

This is an interesting town.  The dog catcher had a racket going, do did the court clerk and even the deputies.  The chief is appalled at all the law breaking she finds.

She wants to save the pitbull the dog catcher was after and she wants to save her business.  She manages to do that but almost loses her life in the process...

This was a good, busy mystery.

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