Animals - and justice - have found their hero in Dr. McKenzie.
When a randy milk inspector is found dead in 400 gallons of goat milk, veterinarian Austin McKenzie and his wife, Madeline, will have to cull a killer from a herd of suspects. And along the way, the vet might just save some bleating hearts.
This is a fun, light, quick and entertaining book. The characters and situations are believable and there is a good amount of humor. This is a good series. The only bad thing about the book is Norman Dietz as narrator. He has a difficult time with female voices. I have listened to the two books that came before it and I will read the next one if it is available through Audible.
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