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    law-enforcement, lawyers, family-dynamics, friendship, verbal-humor, snark-fest, assassins, K-9, pets, private-investigators, murder-investigation ***** The first case Andy agrees to is on behalf of a K-9 and his partner. The handler is retiring but Simon theoretically has a year to go and would be retrained for a more physically demanding job that would seriously aggravate the incipient arthritis. Of course Andy grandstands and is as humorously obnoxious as he can be, but Simon gets the Milk Bone prize. In lieu of cash payment, a service contract is negotiated for dog and partner, who plans to go private. The next case is a high profile murder trial in which the murder went unsolved for fourteen years until recently a DNA match was made. Andy and wife Laurie,also a private investigator, determine that the man is innocent of the crime and should be free for his family. But it's been fourteen years and new evidence is hard to come by. Except that someone targets Andy, but is murdered along with another assassin. Then an international assassin tries his hand at it but is foiled by the very team of K-9 and partner in the earlier case. There's lots more and a real Perry Mason ending! A really great and fun read! I requested and received a free ebook copy from St Martin's Press/Minotaur Books via NetGalley. Thank you!
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    Another NJ based series I’m in love with

    Andy Carpenter is a married lawyer and family man. His wife Laurie is a Christmas elf and grants wishes at Christmas. When Laurie reads a you g. Inks request she enlists Andy’s legal services to help bring the boy’s father home after he is arrested for a fourteen year old murder. While Andy and Laurie believe that Noah didn’t kill the young woman all those years ago, they must find a way to create reasonable doubt in the mind of the jurors. Andy and the gang do far more than that when they are able to connect an internationally wanted criminal and some local thugs to the case. But the real challenge is going to be getting Noah back home with his family. Can the team grant a young boy’s wish, or will Andy become the next victim? This is the first entry I have read in this series and I am shocked I have never heard of it before. The wit and banter reminds me of a male Janet Evanovich, another NJ author I enjoy. Best of all, there are 19 books to catch up on in the series and this Jersey gal looks forward to reading every one of them.
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    Great Detective Mystery

    This is an entertaining book! It is like a modern-day, humorous Perry Mason with dogs. There is drama, dry humor, compassion, mystery, sarcasm. and more. The author even makes a plug for his own writing – his own cameo appearance. The plot is very believable, realistic and would make a great movie. There is an outstanding plot twist at the end that I didn't expect. I received this ARC book for free from Net Galley and this is my honest review.

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