Award-Winning Author of the Kimberley West Gemstone Mystery Series Presents an Exciting New Series of Short Novels Featuring a Pair of Wise-Cracking Dogs
"The door opened and SHE walked in.
"Tall, blond, legs up to there, wearing a dead animal. She was class, real "class, the kind that made males of all species stand up and pay attention."
Earning a living as a private eye is hard work, especially when you have four legs.
Meet Tucker and Sam, the Nero Wolfe and Archie Goodwin of the dog world.
The longhaired dachshund and standard poodle might appear as an unlikely pair. But the canine buddies view their specialized skills as the ultimate secret weapon.
In their first adventure, a new client presents them with a case they can't refuse: Locate and rescue a kidnapped dog.
To do that, the scruffy duo must infiltrate a fancy dog show. With an ideal client and a tailor-made case, what could possibly go wrong?
A classic detective noir with an unexpected twist, The Poodle Who Picked Pockets is a fun, short read that will delight grown-ups who are young at heart.
Grandpa Max Tall Tales Novellas:
The Poodle Who Picked Pockets (finalist for the Dog Writers of America short-fiction award)
The Poodle Who Ran Away From Home (New!)
And don't miss the five-star Kimberley West Gemstone Mystery Series. You won't find talking dogs in these full-length books, but you will fall in love with the interwoven gemstone tales, the feisty heroine and the delightful characters who live in Lynn Franklin's universe.
Kimberley West Gemstone Mystery Series:
The Blue Diamond (book #1)
The Pirate's Ruby (book #2)
The Carolina Emerald (book #3)
The Turquoise Treasure (book #4)
Here's what readers are saying about Lynn Franklin's books:
"Took me back to that oh-so-delicious time when I couldn't put a book down."
"Wonderful series! Warm, funny and just delightful!"
"A perfect whodunit with characters you will love and a plot that keeps you guessing until the end. Could not put it down."
"These are characters so real you want to call them up and visit. And get invited for dinner."
"Perfect reading for these very imperfect times."