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    Fun cat and dog cozy series

    This is a fun pet cozy series. Caro has of course found another body. In this one she still tries to solve the murder but she does work better with the police. The cast of characters and their pets is fun as always. I found the who did it obvious but not the why. There are enough suspects to make the mystery interesting. It was a quick fun read. If you enjoy cozies with lots of animals you will enjoy this series. This series does not have to be read in order but it does help. Enjoy I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review
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    Caro is back in action

    Caro Lamont, transplanted Texan and pet therapist is back in action. Graham Cash, Jake, and Caro share office space in the same building. After Cash ask Caro to watch his cat while he runs home on an errand and never returns, Caro finds Jake dead in Cash’s pool and she thinks Cash has been kidnapped. From there the action, mystery and suspense is on a roll in this cozy mystery. Caro just can’t help herself; she gets involved in the investigation much to the dismay of Detective Malone. There is a lot going on in this book. Cash and Jake are techies that own a technology company which developed the Woofwalker app for healthy dogs, one is dead the other has disappeared, Caro is trying unsuccessfully to dodge her ex-husband and a noisy reporter, she is being followed by a black SUV, she is still fighting with her cousin over Grannies broach, and Sam her new interest is being lovable and calm during all the action. Ms. Abbey created this story with all the needed ingredients for a good cozy mystery including touches of humor; she then brought all the pieces together to form a cohesive wonderful story that I enjoyed. She paced the story well as it never lagged; it kept my interest throughout the story. I found the book an easy read that was delightful. I loved the information on the Scottish Fold Cats as well as all the information on several breeds of dogs and the recipes at the end of the book were a bonus. I recommend this book to anyone that likes cozy mysteries. It is well written and entertaining. I received this book from the publisher and Netgalley in return for an honest review.
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    Thumbs up for the newest Pampered Pet Mystery

    Downton Tabby is as delightful as all the others; I have been a fan from the first book and was thrilled win I won a copy of Downton Tabby on the blog, Dru's Musings. As much as I like Melinda, I think Caro is my favorite of the cousins. Sparkle Abbey manages to keep humor flowing while allowing the Caro to act responsibly and intelligently. That balancing act makes this series stand out as much as the pets, a big draw for me. When Caro finds the body of one of the people who share her office building and another disappears, she is pulled into the middle of the investigation whether she wants to be or not. She cares about the people involved so as information comes her way, she of course shares it with the yummy Det. Malone who both appreciates it and wants her to stay out of things. Some people are just trouble magnets and both of the cousins fall into that category. Although Melinda does not have an active part in this novel, her wild employee Betty turns to Caro for help with the St. Bernard she has adopted and, in her usual way, is a little bit of everywhere that she doesn't belong.

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