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    Best one yet!

    The Case of the Chatty Road Runner is the 6th book in the Case of the Corgi Files series, and in my opinion, the best yet. All of the books are good, an enjoyable read: a mystery, likeable characters, plenty of ‘tongue-in-cheek’ humour and 2 smart and adorable Corgis named Sherlock and Watson. Yes, just like the detectives. How can you go wrong, right? Although each book is a stand alone work, there are threads that wind through all of the stories. One of the main plot arcs from these is the focus of Book 6. It is well written, paced to keep your adrenaline pumping, twists and unexpected turns and it has a satisfying ending. But, not so final that the reader can’t expect to return to Pomme Valley. Cozy Mysteries haven’t been near the top of my TBR (to be read) list in a long time as my tastes have shifted. But, since this series was written by Jeffrey M Poole, who pens one of my favourite Fantasy series (check out Bakkian Prophecy trilogy and the Lentari Tales series), I thought I would give t a try. I’m really glad I did! If you enjoy a good mystery and adorable dogs, you’ve got to check these tales ... ok I must, tales of tails!
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    Loved it!

    dogs, law-enforcement, private-investigators, Arizona, situational-humor, verbal-humor, amateur-sleuth, corporate-espionage Zack, his Corgis, and two friends go to the Arizona city where his wife's fatal car wreck happened nearly two years ago. Someone had been phoning him in the middle of the night for days and then he was contacted by a PI with the info that it did not seem that the wreck had been a normal accident. The man in the car behind hers had dash cam footage which raised serious questions. So comes the who, how, and why investigated by people and solved by the corgis named Sherlock and Watson! Loved it! Easily a stand alone. Bob Johnson aces the narration with just the right touch that highlights the humor by downplaying the guffaws. I won this audio in a giveaway.

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