New mysteries featured at Dogwise…

Has anyone else read dog mystery books ? This week Dogwise is featuring dog mystery authors:

The dog mystery book phenomenon really took off about fifteen years ago when such talented writers like Susan Conant, Virginia Lanier, Laurien Berenson and Sue Henry were able to combine their love and interest in dogs with a love of mystery. Each of these authors wrote several books, and many of you have become devoted fans of one or more of them. With the summer “light reading” season approaching us, and knowing that you folks who camp out at dog shows need something to read, we thought it was time to highlight some of the mystery books from newer authors who are each building a following. To tempt you, each of these four featured books are marked down 20% for the coming week.

Dog at Sea by J.F. Englert. The third in his series of fun mysteries featuring Randolph, a sophisticated Black Lab.

A Breed Apart by by Pierre Davis. More of a traditional mystery, a hard luck detective must track down a Black Lab (just a coincidence!) who holds the key to a gripping mystery.

Heir of the Dog by Judi McCoy. The second in her Dog Walker series, features her terrier mix Ellie and a Central Park murder.

Dog On It by ¬†Spencer Quinn. The first in his Chet and Bernie mystery series. Chet is the canine narrator (a black dog…), Bernie the down on his luck private investigator. A New York Times best seller.

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