Would you recognize a serial killer if you met one?
Talked to one every day? Artist Lia Anderson doesn't, and neither does anyone else who frequents the Mount Airy Dog Park. But a violent death brings Detective Peter Dourson into the close-knit group, and he is convinced someone is not who they seem. As the investigation uncovers secrets, Lia struggles to cope with warring emotions and a killer watches.
(about 60,000 words)
"I very rarely read a book cover to cover, but I'll admit it was 6:30am this morning before I got to sleep." Stressed Student
"As a 20-year veteran of dog shows and dog training, mistakes about dogs irritate me but the author definitely got it right." Sharon
"Definitely a light read right up the alley of those of us who are devoted to our dogs and have ever hung out at dog parks." Jackie-the-Greyhound
"Every page left me wanting more and I found it hard to put down!" Sandra M. Van Domelen
"I highly recommend this book for anyone who wants a mystery that is cute, but will keep you on the edge of your seat." E. L. Sapp
". . . gently humorous, compassionate, and very close to being a cozy with a backbone." Shoshanna Hathaway