no. 1, Unleashed Mysteries
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From USA Today bestselling author Beth Prentice comes a mystery that's gone to the dogs...
Meet Chloe: she has a house, a best friend, and absolutely no idea how to say "no." So when her elderly neighbor asks her to surrender a little dog named Theo to the animal shelter, of course Chloe agrees. And when Theo pulls out his big puppy dog eyes, Chloe reluctantly gains a dog. And that’s when the trouble starts.
An attempted dog snatching, a break in, a masked attacker, and a hit and run all add up to big problems. Everybody seems to be looking for something. If only Chloe knew what that something was. And with a sexy new neighbor named Brody, a creepy new neighbor named Rick, and her ex-boyfriend Jack snooping around, the men in Chloe's life seem to be multiplying. With the help of her new neighbor, Chloe may just be able to figure out what key Theo holds to the whole mess...if she can keep them both alive!
Killer Unleashed – book #1
Deadly Tails – book #2
"Who knew one little dog could cause so much trouble? This was a thoroughly enjoyable read that had me laughing out loud from start to finish!"
—Gemma Halliday, New York Times bestselling mystery author
"If you're looking for a great way to spend a lazy day of summer or a wonderful reason to snuggle up with your fur baby, this is a great read."
—Night Owl Reviews
Enjoyed the book...had me from the first paragraph. Loved it to the end.
Enjoyed this book. Character were interesting
And the story unfolded slowly allowing the reader time to get to know the characters and try to figure out "who did it".
Very off beat
The mystery was only semi-predictable (if you read many mysteries) but the characters are complete wild cards. The main characters are said to be 30 years old but they act unpredictably as if they are somewhere between 15 and 17. Is it something worth reading? YES! The author has done it up incredibly well. It is annoying in a bare couple spots but you have to forgive it because the rest of the book is just that funny. It's not high literature but it's a really fun read.