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Virginia Lanier
Jo Beth Sidden, bloodhound trainer and amateur sleuth, searches for an escaped convict, an old lady gone missing in the swamp, and clues to three deaths. She tries, meanwhile, to escape the onus of killing her abusive ex-husband-albeit in self-defense.
Virginia Lanier
A mystery letter from a dead woman who names her murderer, a search and rescue mission, and the first bank robbery in her town in 40 years...Jo Beth is again using her favorite bloodhound, a blind one-year-old to deal with these problems.
by J. F. Englert

by J. F. Englert
He reads Proust. Surfs the net. Is the soul of diplomacy. And when it comes to solving crime, Randolph is the dog for the job.
A Hell of a Dog
Carol Lea Benjamin
NOW IN PAPERBACK! Third in the Rachel Alexander and Dash mystery series. Before Rachel Alexander became a private eye, she trained dogs. So she isn't surprised when she is invited to attend a dog training symposium. But she is surprised at the rivalry between trainers - one of whom proves to have a bite far more deadly than anyone expected.
Lee Charles Kelley
Ex-cop Jack Field abandoned New York to run a canine kennel in the rustic Maine woods. But murder and mayhem still seem to hound him wherever he goes...
A Pedigree to Die For
The apparent heart attack that killed kennel owner Max Turnbull has left seven pups in mourning, and his wife Peg suspecting foul play. But the only evidence is their missing prize pooch - a pedigreed poodle named Beau. Enter Melanie Travis. With her young son happily ensconced in day camp, the thirty-something teacher and single mother is talked into investigating her uncle's death - unofficially, of course. Posing as a poodle breeder in search of the perfect stud, Melanie hounds Connecticut's elite canine comnpetitions, and finds an ally in fellow breeder Sam Driver. But her affection cools when she's put on the scent of Sam's questionable past...and hot on the trail of a poodle-hating neighbor and one elusive murderer who isn't ready to come to heel. For, as Melanie soon discovers, in a championship dog-eat-dog world, the instinct for survival, and winning, can prove fatal.
Barker Street Regulars
Susan Conant
Holly Winter's Alaskan Malamute, Rowdy, has finished his training as a therapy dog and now accompanies Holly on weekly visits to the Gateway Nursing Home, where they meet Althea and her two admirers, Hugh and Robert, who are all Sherlock Holmes fanatics. Althea's visiting grand-nephew is murdered at the home of her younger sister, Ceci, and the group, along with Holly, unites to try to solve the murder. They also find that Ceci is being victimized by an unscrupulous animal psychic. As usual, Holly is assisted by Rowdy and Kimi, her Alaskan Malamutes. There's even a feline rescue this time!
Sue Henry
Husky trainer/musher Jessie Arnold becomes the target of an arson investigation following the anticipated arrival of a long-lost friend.
Laurien Berenson
Murder's on the ticket when intrepid poodle breeder Melanie Travis travels to Maryland for a world-famous dog show--where the competition isn't the only thing that's cutthroat.
Blind Bloodhound Justice
Virginia Lanier
Fourth in this Bloodhound series, featuring Jo Beth Sidden and her Search & Rescue Bloodhounds. As part of his medical parole, convicted slayer Samuel Debbs has to report to Sheriff Hank Cribbs. Debbs says he didn't commit the crime for which he received a life sentence--a double murder during a kidnapping 30 years ago. Not willing to reopen the case but curious about the crime, Hank tempts Jo Beth to look into the case. As she balances her job as a trainer and tracker, she reads the files on the case, and visits Debbs, who shakes her conviction in his guilt. Eventually she tracks down everyone involved in the case and locates the truth. Good search and rescue background!
Susan Conant
Normally Holly Winter wouldn't be caught dead in a place like Puppy Luv - a mall pet shop that's no doubt an outlet for the puppy mill industry and a hotbed of forged papers, broken promises, and mistreated animals. But a hot tip about a malamute pup suddenly has Holly charging to the rescue and panting to put the owner out of business. Trouble is, she's not the only one who has a bone to pick with Diane Sweet. In a matter of hours the Puppy Luv proprietress is gruesomely murdered. When Holly links the killing with the disappearance of another malamute - an adorable live wire named Missy - she digs up startling evidence that soon leads her into the fiercely competitive and deadly underworld of dog breeding. A place where her biggest fears are realized. And where her animal instincts are all that can save her.
Susan Conant
2004 Dog Writers Assn. of America Writing Competition Nominee! The future looks promising for Holly Winter. Her regular column in Dog's Life magazine is going strong. Her new dog treat cookbook is successful. And she's about to marry Steve Delaney, her handsome veterinarian. It's too bad that murder is spoiling the mood, and Holly can't help but take it personally...
by Laurien Berenson
When Melanie receives a letter telling her that her Standard Poodle, Faith, is one of five finalists competing to be spokesdog for Chow Down dog food, she's mystified--until her nine-year-old son Davey admits to entering the contest. Melanie and Faith travel to New York for the reception only to find that for some dog lovers, winning is a deadly serious matter.
by Sonny Brewer
Based on real events, this novel tells the tale of a Golden Retriever who runs away from his Alabama home while his owner is on a book tour in San Francisco.
Susan Conant
When Holly Winter awakens clinging to a boulder on the side of a cliff, she doesn't even recognize her own beloved Malamutes, Rowdy and Kimi, much less remember their names - or her own. When there is another fall, this time fatal, she has all she can do to figure out what's going on without giving away her own loss of memory.
by Iris Johansen
From #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Iris Johansen.

Devon Brady is a devoted veterinarian working in a makeshift hospital on a remote search and rescue mission. When a man arrives with his wounded black Lab, Ned, she has no idea that she is about to be plunged into a whirlwind of terror and destruction.

With a lightning-fast pace, unforgettable characters, and gut-wrenching action, "Dark Summer" is compelling new terrain for this master storyteller.

Cynthia Baxter
As a veterinarian, she's more experienced with paw prints than fingerprints. But thanks to her dogged persistence and her knack for landing on her feet, Jessie's got murder on a very short leash.
Sue Henry
Jessie Arnold, with her beloved lead husky, Tank, agrees to pick up her contractor's new motorhome in Idaho and drive it up the Alaska Highway. Along the way, Jessie picks up Patrick, a runaway teenager, not knowing that he has a murderous and deadly secret.
Death in Bloodhound Red
Virginia Lanier
A novel/mystery about search and rescue bloodhounds! Jo Beth has realized her dream of owning a kennel, raising and training bloodhounds for search and rescue missions into the Okefenokee Swamp in south Georgia. She is constantly at risk from a fall, snake bite, or the pot growers who shoot first and ask questions later, and then she also has to deal with her ex-husband Bubba who is just out of prison and stalking her. Lots of action, good dog and search and rescue scenes (accurate).
Sue Henry
Re-creating the famous Voyage of 1897 on Alaska's Inside Passage, the Spirit of '98 is setting sail from Skagway, Alaska, en route to Seattle. Alaska State Trooper Alex Jensen and his love, female musher Jessie Arnold, are among the excited participants. Enroute, they are called upon to solve a murder.
Dog Eat Dog
Third in the series of mystery stories. Our heroine Melanie Travis (accompanied by her standard poodle Faith) is delving into the inner circles of an elite Connecticut kennel club, where shocking secrets gnaw at the best of the breed and competition has a sharp and sometimes deadly bite. When one of the kennel club members turn up dead in a parking lot, Melanie starts sniffing out secrets and gets too close for comfort!
by Laurien Berenson
As Melanie learns, it's a dog's life at the Pine Ridge Canine Care Center-and life is good. The dogs are living large with a team of groomers and handlers at their bark and call. Everyone seems blissfully happy. Everyone canine, that is. For Melanie soon discovers there are some simmering resentments among the Pine Ridge staff and when Steve Pine, the center's charming, good-looking co-owner, is found shot to death on the floor of his office, there's no shortage of suspects. His sister Candy stands to inherit their lucrative doggie day care operation. His neighbor, Adam Busch, still blames Steve for paving the way for the other businesses that now exist in the once quiet, all-residential town. And then there's Lila Harrington, the disgruntled client who wanted to sue Steve following an embarrassing "incident" involving a Shih Tzu and a Beagle mix. And lastly, the string of female customers Steve bedded and jilted. But which of these suspects was desperate enough to commit murder?
by Gabriella Herkert
Legal investigator, Sara Townley, hopes her next assignment is a simple case of stolen identity. She seems to have picked up a sidekick: a big, black Labrador who shows up at every turn. And since her only lead is growing cold in the morgue, maybe following the dog’s nose isn’t such a bad idea…
by Nancy Kress
Dogs is a topical, fast-paced, biological thriller that will scare you while it makes you think.

The treat of terrorism and biological warfare becomes all too real when the danger comes from a family’s most cherished pets.

by Linda O. Johnston
A Kendra Ballantyne, Pet Sitter Mystery.
by Nancy Bush
In her second smashing outing, Nancy Bush's wickedly funny heroine, Jane Kelly, proves herself a worthy successor to Stephanie Plum, but with a wit, style, and dog that are definitely all her own.
by Peggy Webb
"Fried Green Tomatoes" meets Stephanie Plum in this sassy, Southern series, starring the lovable, eccentric Valentines and Callie Valentine's failed show dog, Elvis, the Basset Hound.
Evil Breeding
Susan Conant
Holly Winter has a contract to write the text for a book of photographs commemorating the legendary Morris and Essex Dog Shows, canine extravaganzas produced by the fabulously wealthy and famously dog-obsessed Geraldine Rockefeller Dodge in the years leading up to World War II. Needless to say, Holly is delighted with the assignment, and immediately sets out to interview one of the few remaining people who actually attended one of the shows -- B. Robert Motherway, a Princeton classmate of the Dodges' late son. It only takes one visit for Holly to realize that there is something strange going on in the Motherway household: a wife dying painfully in an upstairs bedroom, a daughter-in-law acting as a maid, a sullen son playing the role of kennel man, and -- most distressing of all -- a German shepherd that growls menacingly. Soon Holly begins to receive mysterious anonymous packages in the mail: a leaflet describing a popular dog medication, cryptic letters written in German, a couple of old photographs. Who could be sending them and what do they mean? When Motherway's disagreeable son is found garroted in Mount Auburn Cemetery, the circumstances convince Holly that she must find the answers, before she herself becomes the next victim. Holly is assisted, as usual, by her Malamutes Rowdy and Kimi.
by Carol Lea Benjamin
The apparent suicide of a NYPD detective and 9/11 survivor pulls P.I. Rachel Alexander and her faithful pit bull, Dashiell, into an investigation that will lead her deep into the dead cop's past and a dark, deadly mystery.
Finding Mr. Right
Right before her untimely death, Lydia Keane made one terrible mistake - she had an affair with her best friend Amy's husband. Barred from the afterlife until she makes amends, Lydia has been ordered back to Earth for one final mission: to find Amy a new husband. But there is just one small catch: Lydia must rely on her smarts rather than her centerfold body - because she has been reincarnated as a mangy stray dog! Although Lydia was always an expert matchmaker, she never had to play Cupid while trapped in the body of a furry mutt (Pembroke Welsh Corgi). But if she wants a chance to rest in peace, Lydia must figure out a way to find Amy the most handsome bachelor in town - and pray that woman's best friend can spot true love. A clean, fun romance with good, accurate doggy background and just a hint of mystery! Author: Emily Carmichael.
by Fern Michaels
In Fool Me Once, Fern Michaels captures the fraught, yet richly satisfying story of one woman's search for the mother she never knew…and her discovery of the woman she's yet to become.
by Susan Conant
Dog trainer Holly Winter follows the tracks of an odd breed of dog to an even stranger breed of human when she's enlisted to rein in a dysfunctional New Age couple's over-spirited Aussie huskapoo. But when the wife succumbs to an accidental overdose of mixed meds, Holly becomes embroiled in the family's dirty little secrets, especially when the victim's daughter convinces Holly that it was murder.
Gone to the Dogs
Susan Conant
When a local vet and a pampered pet suddenly disappear, dog writer Holly Winter scents hemlock amid the pine and mistletoe and follows the tracks of a killer. Holly takes her two Alaskan malamutes and her veterinarian boyfriend Steve into the exclusive Cambridge Dog Training Club and back out onto the dangerous streets of the city, because when it comes to dognapping and sudden death, Holly has a short leash for murder!! Another in the series of dog lover's mysteries.
Hair of the Dog
NOW IN PAPERBACK!! Melanie Travis is looking forward to savoring the dog days of summer, and where better to enjoy herself than at her Aunt Peg's 4th of July barbecue, attended by members of Connecticut's most elite kennel club? But the laziest day of the year turns deadly when handler Barry Turk is shot in his own driveway! Melanie starts digging for clues deep under the club's well-groomed surface. (Most recent in the series, featuring Melanie Travis and her Standard Poodle, Faith.)
Laurien Berenson
When both her ex-husband and her ex-fiance decide they're ready to rekindle meaningful relationships with her, Melanie Travis finds refuge by agreeing to track down the elusive owner of Dox, an adorable Dachshund puppy that's about to be put on the block at a charity auction.
by Laurien Berenson
Agatha and Macavity awards nominee Berensons acclaimed canine-themed cozy series continues with a sensational new mystery in which a dog-show judge is sentenced to an untimely death.
House on Bloodhound Lane
Virginia Lanier
Second in the series (Death in Bloodhound Red was first). About-to-be thirty, Jo Beth Sidden is preparing for her first bloodhound/search and rescue seminar, worrying about her ex-husband out on parole, and trying to quit smoking! And somewhere deep beneath the earth in the woods of Southeast Georgia, a man is buried alive, praying for rescue but accepting death. His only hope is a droopy-eared, drooling, one-year-old, blind-from-birth bloodhound named Bobby Lee. For those who enjoyed Death in Bloodhound Red, this new thriller is even better!!
Hush Puppy
A Melanie Travis mystery! Melanie is enjoying her job and being a mother, and thoroughly enjoying the company of her fiance Sam. But there are surprises in store! At work, during preparations for a pageant to honor the school's founding, she finds the elderly caretaker arguing loudly with a girl half his size. All Melanie knows is the girl's first name (Jane) and that she is not a student at the academy. Then Jane disappears! Before she can figure out why Jane was there or what has happened to her, one of Sam's old girlfriends appears, and as if that isn't enough, the caretaker is discovered stabbed to death right on the school grounds!
Laurien Berenson
Between teaching, mothering and prepping her Poodle for the next show, Melanie Travis barely has time to pencil in some Christmas festivities. Especially once she finds herself making a list of suspects - and checking it twice - when murder comes home for the holidays...
Lady Vanishes
Carol Lea Benjamin
Dash, Private Investigator Rachel Alexander's Pit Bull Terrier, is part of an investigative team, but he's also a Therapy Dog. Lady, a Puli, served the same function at Harbor View, a Greenwich Village home for people whose families had pretty much thrown them away because they were too much trouble to care for. But now Lady has vanished, and the owner of the home has been killed in a bizarre and mysterious hit and run accident. The situation is perfect for Rachel and Dash: she can find the answers with Dash's help, and he can bring a sense of calm and order to the residents. Fourth in the series.
by Sue Henry
At loose ends because she is unable to race her dogs this season due to an injury, Jessie Arnold heads to Five Finger Light Island to help friends restore an old lighthouse. Once on the island, Jessie's idyllic getaway turns deadly as a body is found, a woman disappears, and an extensive search of the tiny island fails to find her.
by Evelyn David
"This is a zany, fast-paced, well-written mystery by two very talented writers who combine their gifts under the name of Evelyn David…a page-turning mystery that begs to be read at one sitting. Well developed characters, a tight plot, and power-punched verbiage make this mystery a delightful read. Even when you think the mystery is solved, the ending has just one more final, amusing and exciting twist. Can't wait for the sequel." - Reviewed by Sherlock Bones, Astra Publishers
Murder on the Iditarod Trail
One by one, the top Iditarod contestants are dying in bizarre and gruesome ways--and Jessie Arnold, Alaska's premier female "musher," may be next. Sergeant Alex Jensen is determined to track down the murderer before more innocent blood stains the snow. But the hunt will lead the dedicated State Trooper into the frozen heart of the wild--where merciless nature can kill as fast as a bullet...and only the Arctic night can hear your final screams. Sort of a gruesome mystery, but lots of really good background material--dog sled races, dogs, the Iditarod, and more.
Murder on the Yukon Quest
Jessie and her dog team are well prepared for the tough Yukon Quest sled race, but her one regret is that her longtime friend and lover, Alex Jensen, isn't there to see her off. Alex has been called home to Idaho for a family emergency and Jessie begins the big race without her biggest booster. Well along the trail, Jessie is stunned to learn that a young novice racer she met at the start has been abducted and held for ransom. The girl's distraught father has been warned that no one but Jessie Arnold is to be told - especially not the police. Feeling isolated and alone, Jessie must decide what to do in the face of terrible odds. As other mushers push on toward the finish line, Jessie forges ahead in a race all her own.
Laurien Berenson
Melanie Travis is anticipating her brother Frank's impending nuptials to beautiful dog-handler Bertie Kennedy while reflecting over the defection of her fiance, Sam.
Cynthia Baxter
In this follow-up to "Dead Canaries Don't Sing," Long Island veterinarian Jessica Popper stands in for a fellow vet at a charity dog show. But she finds a dog-eat-dog world among the celebrity species as she becomes embroiled in finding out who killed a celebrity photographer.
by Laurien Berenson
A new mystery from popular author Laurien Berenson! All is nice and good at Pumpernill Nursing Home until Aunt Mary is tragically found suffocated. Melanie's investigative pedigree quickly comes to light and the South Avenue Obedience Club members urge her to track the killer.
Ruffly Speaking
Susan Conant
They might be less famous than guide dogs for the blind, but hearing dogs are no less valuable to their owners. Holly Winter discovers this well-kept secret when she interviews Stephanie Benson, a hearing-impaired priest, and her canine companion, Ruffly. A hardworking, reliable mixed-breed, Ruffly lends an ear with ringing telephones, doorbells, smoke alarms, and the other everyday sounds on which Stephanie's livelihood - and life - depend. Ruffly and the rector have just moved into the house of Holly's recently deceased friend, Morris Lamb, whose life-loving and dog-adoring ways left no clue to his sudden and untimely death. Then Ruffly begins tuning in to something more than mere mortals can hear. And when Holly follows the dog's lead, she picks up the unmistakable sound...of murder.
by Diane Bridenbaker
Just when life in Glenwood has seemingly gotten back to normal for Emma Rogers and friends, things start to heat up. Again! Unfortunately, it's not long before the girls and their canine counterparts find themselves back in the thick of it. This new mystery follows Tricked.
by Lydia Filzen
When a pharmaceutical firm becomes a target for attack by eco-terrorists, his dog is the only witness to a murder. In order to learn the truth, Dani must overcome her reluctance to use her ability to "hear" what animals want to tell her.
Sue Henry
Alex and Jessie must search for answers when the wreckage of a plane that crashed more than six months earlier is finally found.
Ten Little Bloodhounds
Virginia Lanier
In her latest case, Jo Beth Sidden is hired by a reclusive, wealthy island matriarch to find her lost cat. Shortly thereafter, her client is murdered, and the lawyers hire Jo Beth to find the culprit. There is a slew of suspects, all potential heirs to the matriarch's fortune. Only one is a killer. Meanwhile a full litter of ten baby bloodhounds is expected back at the kennel. This rare, difficult birth isn't just a matter close to Jo Beth's heart. It will also be a much-needed boon for her business. The quicker Jo Beth can solve this case, the sooner she can get home to her dogs and get her life in order. But she's in for a surprise, and a fight she'll never forget.
by Dean Koontz
(HARDCOVER AT A PAPERBACK PRICE) Koontz delivers suspense for all seasons with a transcendent thriller--a heart-gripping tour de force featuring a dedicated dog rescuer, a very special golden retriever she saves, and the murderous adversaries they must face together.
Diane Jessup
Featuring an American Pit Bull Terrier, this moving novel of friendship and loyalty between a young pre-med student and a laboratory research dog named Damien is a must-read for all dog lovers.
Susan Conant
Holly Winter gets an offer she can't refuse - dog trainer to the Mob. And now she is caught in the middle of the newest vendetta...
by Carol Lea Benjamin
A once-in-a-lifetime case that, before it's over, will engulf Rachel Alexander and her dog Dashiel in a dangerous new world and change the way that she sees her city forever!
by Carol Lea Benjamin
A once-in-a-lifetime case that, before it's over, will engulf Rachel Alexander and her dog Dashiel in a dangerous new world and change the way that she sees her city forever!
Carol Lea Benjamin
Rachel was having a sleepless night when her cell phone rang. If she couldn't sleep, Rachel thought, maybe a mystery would liven things up. And does it ever!
by David Wroblewski
For generations, the Sawtelles have raised and trained a fictional breed of dog whose thoughtful companionship is epitomized by Almondine, Edgar's lifelong friend and ally. But with the unexpected return of Claude, Edgar's paternal uncle, turmoil consumes the Sawtelles' once peaceful home.
Susan Conant
This book from popular author Susan Conant finds dog writer Holly Winter caught up in a struggle with a poorly-trained canine, and some barely civilized humans...
This Dog for Hire
Carol Lea Benjamin
Rachel Alexander is a private investigator with a pit bull partner named Dashiell. Asked to find the killer in a murder the police have written off as a gay bashing, and to find Magritte, a Basenji missing since his owner's murder, Rachel and Dash hit the New York streets during a freezing winter to begin their search. But after they find the missing dog, their problems only get worse, and at the Westminster Kennel Club show, Rachel becomes the next target of someone with too much to hide and no place to do it in!
by Lee Charles Kelley
Ingeniously framed for a July 4th murder, Maine kennel owner Jack Field must solve the killing to win his freedom--even though everyone from a powerful tycoon to a passel of pro assassins wants Jack and his doggie pals dead.
by Diane Bridenbaker
Emma Rogers has a nice life. She has a wonderful family, the two best friends in the world, a champion Newfoundland name Cole who is her constant companion, a successful business, and a lovely home. But some unknown person or persons are watching her and disturbing her well-ordered life. Before long, matters escalate and Emma and Cole find themselves in real danger!
When Melanie's education in breed-handling at Connecticut's classiest obedience school is cut short by sudden death, she smells a murder. So, with her rambunctious puppy, five-year-old son, and sexy fellow breeder Sam Driver in tow, she hits the championship circuit. In this dog-eat-dog world where winning is everything, Melanie discovers that more than one suspect had a bone to pick with the victim, including a kennel owner whose secret recipe for dog biscuits isn't the only thing she's guarding. Between laps around the show ring, Melanie learns some tricks of her own. But will she learn fast enough to collar an unleashed killed who's begging for the dogged detective to play dead?
Laurien Berenson
Heroine Melanie Travis tracks down the killer of her boyfriend's ex-wife. Well done, good reading, great for gift-giving!
It's autumn in Connecticut. Melanie Travis has just started a new job, and with the added excitement of showing her Standard Poodle, Faith, in the fall shows, the last thing she wants is to become embroiled in yet another of her brother Frank's moneymaking schemes. His current brainstorm - remaking an old store in stylish suburgan Fairfield County into a trendy coffee bar - already has the neighbors snarling. Worse, wealthy Marcus Rattigan, who's bankrolling the project, is found murdered on the premises, and the police think Frank did it. So Melanie takes on the investigation, and learns that being a watchdog can be dangerous! Latest in this series!
by Dean Koontz
With a new Afterword by the author, this classic Koontz title--one of his most popular and acclaimed novels--features stunning new cover art. Two genetically altered life forms break loose from a top-secret government lab. One is "Einstein, " a friendly dog. The other--The Outsider--is a deadly hybrid.
by Nina Wright
A tiara-stealing dog and a long line of cursed Miss Blossom beauty queens enliven this third whodunit to feature Whiskey Mattimoe, realtor and sometime sleuth.
by Nina Wright
Whiskey Mattimoe, an eternally disheveled, mid-30s real estate agent, is drawn into another rollicking adventure with her purse-stealing dog. Amid the uproar of a murder mystery, she makes the surprising discovery that she's ready to dip her toes into romance again.
Irene Brody
After an absence of ten years and despite her misgivings, Vivian Thorne allows her best friend, Brian Santiago, to convince her to enter her puppy at the week long Collie Club of America National Specialty. Soon they find themselves unlikely sleuths on the dangerous trail of a killer.
by Carol Lea Benjamin
The daughter of a client--rendered mute by her mother's disappearance--is the only suspect in a brutal stabbing death. Private detective Rachel Alexander's investigation uncovers complex, heartbreaking issues, and problems someone is willing to die--or kill--for.
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