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Christmas approaches and reformed hacker Steve Levitan tries to help a fellow ex-con now working at the vet's office in Stewart's Crossing. His curiosity, and the crime-solving instincts of his golden retriever, Rochester, kick in when liquid potassium ampoules are stolen from the vet and Steve's new friend is a suspect. Is this theft connected to a drug-running operation in North Philly? Or to a recent spate of deaths at the local nursing home? And can Steve continue to resist his computer-hacking impulses or will his desire to help others continue to lead him into trouble?

©2015 Neil S. Plakcy (P)2015 Neil S. Plakcy

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Double Dog Trouble

I enjoyed meeting more characters, even though the cruisers were minor, it added more depth to Steve and helped develop him into a well rounded, likable main character.
We are still watching him struggle with his past failures and mistakes, his reconciliations to offer assistance to others who need a second chance, and his determination to right the wrongs.
Brody was a fun playmate for Rochester, too, and also provided some chuckles.
I liked how this murder/mystery was more like a mystery with a murder on top. I'm enjoying the diverse writing, storytelling, and variety of plots and I explore this series!
Highly recommend this light reading with a plot kick and a dash of computer geek speak.

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What would have made Dog Have Mercy better?

I felt like it was a jack and Jill book for grown ups, meet Jack, Meet Jill, Meet the friends and the dogs by naming them ten times in the fist ten minutes , Could not take it never got to the story,