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Publisher Description

She doesn't trust people. But can she team up with a service puppy to catch a murderer?

An explosive first-in-series. 275+ pages of fast-paced action brimming with amateur sleuthing and loyal dogs.

"Riveting, heart-wrenching, and brilliant…" –James Rollins, New York Times bestseller of Bloodline

Animal behaviorist September Day protects her broken heart by keeping everyone at arm's length. Still distraught over her husband's death in the line of duty, she heads back to her Texas home to launch a dog-training business. But her grief takes a back seat when her autistic nephew goes missing in a freak blizzard.

Partnering with the boy's support pup Shadow, September uncovers a shocking conspiracy hiding a deadly "miracle drug." Hounded by vengeful enemies, human and dog must learn to work together and sniff out the source of corruption before more vulnerable kids die.

Can September and Shadow forge a bond and stop a ruthless conspiracy and relentless killer?

Lost And Found is the first action-packed installment in the gripping September and Shadow series. If you like dark suspense, novice detectives, and courageous animals, then you'll love Amy Shojai's roller-coaster thrillers.

Buy Lost And Found to join the hunt for justice today!

Crime & Thrillers
1 February
Furry Muse Publishing
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Cranky cow ,


This book is absolutely brilliant. The characters and storyline are fantastic. Once I started reading I couldn't put it down. Would recommend to anyone.

Head1623 ,

Lost and Found

Author writes well, but warning to any other autistic readers, this book is absolutely saturated in extreme ableism.
Autistic meltdowns are consistently belittled as "tantrums", every character who is allistic is fighting to the death for a cure, every autistic character is described as an empty shell just waiting to be cured so they can begin living their ruined lives.
As an autistic mother to autistic children, it was heartbreaking to read this authors understanding and views of autism.

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