Friday, January 02, 2009

Pedigreed Bloodlines by Sandra Robbins
Published by Heartsong Presents Mysteries
ISBN 978-1-59789-602-3

Back Cover:

THIS MURDERER IS BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE. . .When Leigh Dennison's dear friend and champion show-dog breeder, Addie Jordan, is killed, Leigh goes on the hunt to sniff out the murderer. If only she could devote more time to her sleuthing. . .But Leigh, who has never been a dog lover, now finds herself as the owner of Addie's kennel, which houses a puppy with a bright future in the show ring. Leigh must overcome one obstacle after another as she sets out to succeed with the kennel and find the person who killed the woman she loved like a mother. At the top of her suspect list: a homeless Vietnam veteran, a young Cherokee high school dropout, the owner of a rival kennel. . .and the man with whom Leigh is falling in love.

As clues unfold to the killer's identity, she makes another surprising discovery--there's a reason dogs are known as man's best friend.


Leigh Dennison, the main character in Pedigreed Bloodlines, suffers from Attention Deficit Disorder, but author Sandra Robbins had no trouble keeping my interest from start to finish.

"I'll warn you again before it's too late. You'd better buckle your seat belt and put your chair back , tray in the upright and locked position. You may be in for a bumpy flight." - Leigh Dennison, Pedigreed Bloodlines.

I couldn't agree more. This isn't an edge of your seat, send shivers down your spine, thrill ride, but it's a whole lot of fun and filled with clues and red herrings, just as a cozy mystery should be.


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