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    I loved it!

    This second book in the series is even better than the first! A first rate mystery that kept me entertained and guessing (incorrectly!). The story was well written and engaging from start to finish. The characters are really enjoyable and I look forward to reading the next in the series! I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of the book.
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    Chattanooga Murders, Dogs and TBI

    This cozy mystery is all about dogs and dog training. Of course, there are a few murders and other crimes along the way. This fun story sails past and leaves the desire to read the next in the series. I don't want to spoil the plot, so I'll just say that lovers of cozy mysteries and dogs will love this book. I seemed to have missed the first in this series and plan on reading it next. I received this book for free and this is my honest review.
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    Fun and Engaging Canine Cozy Mystery

    Lilly Echosby has moved from Lighthouse Dunes, Indiana, with her toy poodle Aggie to be close to her best friend Dixie Jefferson. Dixie is married, well established in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and conducts doggy obedience and conformation classes. She helped Lilly find a rental in a fairly new subdivision. Unfortunately, while getting to know the neighborhood, she has two very unpleasant experiences: A very nasty neighbor complaining about her dog and the discovery of a body in adjacent woods. Fortunately, her daughter, Stephanie, has come to visit and see her new digs with her significant other, a law enforcement K-9 officer. Her daughter discovers a beautiful golden retriever hiding under the deck with what appears to be a badly injured paw. The K-9 handler goes back to work, but sends a TBI agent (Red), to "watch" over the household, which has now become suspect as holding a key to the victim. Stephanie stays behind to help care for the recovering golden and she and Dixie team with Lilly to help discover what the perpetrator was looking for when he "tossed" the house. Lilly is intelligent and adept at handling a new job with her sleuthing activities and a possible romantic interest. As this is a new start for her and the dog, the narrative could function fine as a standalone. Dialogue is natural and evolves easily in the scene. In the meantime, the reader is introduced to some insightful canine handling tips and clues that unveil a few of those doggy myths. There is a mystery to solve, support characters to get to know and enjoy, and some suspense in the conclusion that easily unfolds with questions answered. It is an engaging book, well-paced, with savvy and appropriate characters, particularly Dixie, and I'll be looking forward to the next in the series. I was given this ebook download by the publisher and NetGalley and greatly appreciated the opportunity to read for my unbiased opinion and review.
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    Murder and dogs and outstanding writing!

    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much, the second great novel in VM Burns Dog Club mystery series, is another winner. A recent entry into the world of the cozy mystery, Ms. Burns has been spot-on with every book she has released and this series is taking off like a flash. The newest book includes a perplexing mystery that left me trailing around with no clue and an insightful presentation of characters who brought the warmth that I demand of a cozy mystery. Those characters feel realistic even when they face the unusual number of murders that come with cozy mysteries drew me through both books as much as the complex mystery that she does so well. As much as I enjoy the people Ms. Burns as introduced me to, her knowledge of dogs offers an even greater connection. She leaves me nodding at the antics of the fur babies. While little Aggie is the star of the show for me, I love all of them. I was delighted to receive an ARC of The Puppy Who Knew Too Much via NetGalley and will be sharing that delight with anyone who will listen. #NetGalley #ThePuppyWhoKnewTooMuch
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