Woof at the Door

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Publisher Description

Animal behaviorist Grace Wilde keeps her ability to psychically communicate with furry and feathered critters under wraps. But when a Doberman turns out to be the only witness to a crime, Grace will have to let the cat out of the bag in order to catch a killer.
 
Grace Wilde’s job is anything but normal. When she’s not helping out at the zoo by comforting agitated lemurs, she’s listening to the woes of annoyed house pets. Grace’s life gets even more complicated, though, when the cops summon her to a crime scene to help deal with the murder victim’s terrified Doberman.
 
The pooch turns out to be the only one who saw what happened the night of the shooting—and only Grace can get the information out of him. The problem is, how will Grace tell the distractingly gorgeous Sergeant Kai Duncan that it’s the dog who’s giving her the intel without spilling her big secret or sounding crazy? Left on her own, Grace will have to follow the pup’s lead to track down the killer. But she’ll have to be careful—or curiosity may end up killing the cat whisperer.

GENRE
Mysteries & Thrillers
RELEASED
2013
July 2
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
304
Pages
PUBLISHER
Penguin Publishing Group
SELLER
PENGUIN GROUP USA, INC.
SIZE
1.6
MB

Customer Reviews

Ampoe1 ,

Great Read

Good writing pulled me in, loved the characters they gelled really well together and could be believable. Adding author to my fave

sotrue1 ,

Woof at the Door

Very entertaining.

retiredreader ,

Woof at the Door.

This is a good beginning for a series. The premise of a crime-solving dog psychic is different and fun. The characters are likable and believable. The solution to the crimes, however, is convoluted. Simpler would have been better. I am optimistically buying the next in the series.

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