Monday, February 28, 2022

Even the Dog Knows by Jason F. Wright

Meg left her husband and told him where she was going (to live with her sister) and she left him the dog.  Gary didn't like being alone.  It was too easy to think of his daughter who died in an airplane collision.

Shadow Mountain Books and Edelweiss let me read this book for review (thank you).  It will be published on March 8th.

Moses, the dog, misses Meg.  Just like Gary.  But Gary is not alone long.  His son moves in.  And when he decides to take the bus he owns on a trip to meet Meg, he gets even more passengers.

This is a story of grief over the death of their daughter and mixed emotions over relationships.  The only one that really knows what is going is Moses, the dog.  He loves everybody even if the people don't.

This is a dysfunctional family that works out their problems and comes back together before the story is over.

Mt favorite part was the dogs...

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