Death on the Range: Target Practice Mysteries

Narrated by: Nikki Haverstock
Series: Target Practice Mysteries, Book 1
Length: 2 hrs and 56 mins
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When a competitive archer is murdered at the training facility where Di has just started working, she's thrust into the middle of an unofficial investigation before she can even settle into her new life.

With her roommate Mary and a Great Dane named Moo, she begins to unravel the mystery around the death of the victim, but can they solve the case before they find themselves in the killer's sights? 

A humorous cozy murder for every sleuth in the family....

This is the first book in a brand-new series set at the fictional Westmound Center for Competitive Shooting Sports in rural Wyoming.

"Funny, charming, and occasionally deadly." (New York Times best-selling author Zoe York) 

"A humorous first-in-series cozy mystery featuring a darling dog, a sassy heroine, and an amusing cast of characters." (USA Today best-selling author Zara Keane)

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Death on the range

I enjoyed this book. I bought it because the is a great Dane on the cover. I expected more from the interaction with the characters and the dog. By the way...I hated the dog's name.