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Carrie Kennersly tries to help her veterinarian boyfriend when he's under suspicion of murder. Is he a keeper, or should she let him go off-leash for good?

As a technician for a local vet and the owner of the Barkery & Biscuits dog bakery, Carrie Kennersly is excited to host a rescue-animal adoption event. She's also excited to be in a relationship with veterinarian Dr. Reed Storme, despite his pleas for her to butt out of the murder cases with which she keeps finding herself involved. 

Yet when Reed is accused of killing his former veterinary colleague, he seems a lot more agreeable to having amateur detective Carrie butt back in. Can Carrie clear Reed, or does she care too much for a killer?

Includes recipes for dog treats and people treats!

©2018 Linda O. Johnston (P)2018 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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a little change up here . . .

these stories are enjoyable but the plot lines are pretty much the same which makes them predictable.