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  • And then there were three

    Andy and Laurie are out for a walk with their dogs and come across a man kicking his dog. Laurie takes off to save the wee pug, but another man beats her to it. When the police arrive, everyone shares that Matt Jantzen was saving the dog from abuse and that the man he punched out started the fight and Matt was merely defending himself. But the police take both men into custody as Matt is wanted for murder in Maine. Laurie takes the pug while Andy takes Matt’s case. Road trip to Maine! 
For an attorney that doesn’t want new clients, Andy finds himself completely immersed in Matt’s case and believes in his innocence. But it’s going to be a long road ahead of them with the evidence the police have. Andy and the team need to find the true murderer without losing anyone on their team. Another case for the semi retired attorney who can’t seem to leave the courthouse behind.

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  • Entertaining cozy

    This was my first Andy Carpenter book and I am going to hunt for earlier ones! Andy Carpenter is a reluctant defense attorney whose pledge to help a man who jumped in to rescue a dog being being abused by its owner has led to living in Maine for the short term. Andy, his wife Lauren, their teams of interesting characters all combine to make this a very good investigation. How do you prove DNA evidence placing Matt at the murder scene is false when the potential leads and witnesses have had 2 years to fade away? Very entertaining and sometimes tongue in cheek scenes that made this a truly cozy mystery. I volunteered to read an ARC through Net Galley.

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  • Laugh out loud!

    law-enforcement, lawyers, murder, murder-investigation, drugs-issues, family, family-dynamics, FBI, fast-pace, forensics, framed, friendship, dogs, situational-humor, snark-fest, private-investigators, verbal-humor, ex-cop, Maine***** No way this could be an unbiased review. I love Andy Carpenter's world with all the dogs, the complicated interesting characters, the excellent plots, and, in these days of a virus, the snarkiness and all the laughs. Andy Carpenter is the snarkiest un lawyer you'll ever meet. His greatest fans are dogs, his wife(a private investigator and former homicide lieutenant with lots of connections), and his son. Andy is a defense lawyer who (sort of) picks his cases, hates going to court, and always wins for the good guys (his clients). But still each book can stand alone. Who knew that coming to the rescue of a dog being beaten by his owner could wind up taking Andy and another defender to Maine to defend the defender in what seems to be a hopeless two year old case in which the clueless guy's blood was present at the murder scene. The story involves lobster rolls and Andy's whole team plus the State police and the FBI. Positively riveting! I requested and received a free temporary ebook copy from St. Martin's Press/Minotaur Books via NetGalley. Thank you!

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  • Another fun read.

    I've read them all and every one is always a welcome read. Love the style, love the characters, and of course, love the dogs. It's not heavy reading, it's relaxing and entertaining with good storylines. (Howled at Laurie's excitement to see someone in a bar of whom she's a super fan).

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