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Trigger Yappy

The Roundup Crew Mysteries, Book 2
Written by: Diana Orgain
Narrated by: Caroline Shaffer
Length: 7 hrs and 21 mins

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Pet-friendly dog bar owner Maggie Patterson juggles her new love life, a local murder, and a name-making editorial spread in the hilarious second entry in this charming cozy series.

Although still not quite a dog lover, Maggie Patterson meets with her new group of dog-loving friends for "Yappy Hour" every Friday night in the idyllic seaside town of Pacific Cove, California. Both she and her sister Rachel have put last year's murderous summer behind them, with Rachel even securing a headline feature for the "Wine and Bark" in the famous Doggie Day magazine. But when her sister comes down with a case of salmonella poisoning, Maggie is left to run the business in her absence. Even worse, Maggie overhears an argument between her friend Yolanda and Fran, who runs the Chic Chickie shop. Then Fran turns up dead.

With evidence piling up against Yolanda, the Roundup Crew is desperate to find the real killer and convince Maggie to investigate. With the help of charming detective Officer Brad Brooks, Maggie finds that everyone has a motive, even some of her beloved Roundup Crew friends. Maggie must put her new job as a purser on hold while she tracks down a killer. Will Maggie's investigation kill her budding romance with Officer Brooks? Sometimes getting to the truth is not for the faint of Between running the bar, managing her love life, and solving a murder in time for the editorial spread, things are about to get a little hairy in this laugh-out-loud cozy mystery.

©2016 Diana Orgain (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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I enjoyed the first story and looked forward to the next book. However, I won't be reading the next one. This latest installment was horrible. The lead character removes evidence on more than one occasion, accuses suspects without evidence, jumps to conclusions without rational evidence to back up her opinions and basically acts irrational throughout the book. There is also a love triangle between the lead character, a policeman and a chef. I finished the book (I don't know why), but, I won't get the next one.

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