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Beaglemania by Linda O. Johnston

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Beaglemania
Linda O. Johnston


In the Pet Rescue Mysteries, ?no-kill? refers to pets, not people.

Pet Rescue #1
Berkley Prime Crime
March 2011
On Sale: March 1, 2011
Featuring: Lauren Vancouve
298 pages
ISBN: 0425240215
EAN: 9780425240212
Kindle: B004H0M8MC
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Mystery Pet Lovers

Lauren Vancouver is the head of HotRescues, a no-kill animal shelter north of Los Angeles, but it's often human nature that puts her in the path of danger. Just like when she helps rescue four adorable beagle puppies that were dumped down a drainpipe at a nasty puppy mill.

One of the mill's employees has a history of dog abuse-and a bone to pick with Lauren. And when he's found dead at HotRescues after threatening her, Lauren will have to sniff out the real killer to keep herself out of a cage...

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Pet Rescue Mysteries

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12 comments posted.

Re: Beaglemania

BEAGLEMANIA sounds like fun. Best of luck selling your book.
(Ann Garland 3:16pm February 28, 2011)

My two beagles want me to get your book as soon as it is released.
(
Sue Farrell 3:38pm February 28, 2011)

I lost my dog, Bandit, suddenly a little over a year ago, and miss her terribly. She was a wonderful dog, and lived a full life during her 12 years. I now have a cat, Bailey, who showed up as a kitten and now "adopted" us. One day soon I hope to get another dog, since Bailey did everything with Bandit. Anyway, anytime you combine animals with mystery, that book soars to the top of my TBR list!! That type of book always has a little extra something that tugs on my heartstrings. Good luck with your book, as well as the follow-ups, and give your babies a hug from me!!
(
Peggy Roberson 4:06pm February 28, 2011)

I love any book that includes pets. Your series sound great.
(
Robin McKay 6:18pm February 28, 2011)

You are so right; our pets are a member of the family for what could you d without them?
(
Diane Sadler 7:49pm February 28, 2011)

Pets are fun to see in books. They can get in as much trouble as humans and be as comforting.
(
Linda Pillow 8:23pm February 28, 2011)

Pets are good although I can't have any because of allergies. I miss that.
(
Brenda Rupp 9:25pm February 28, 2011)

Thanks, Ann and Robin!

Very sorry to hear about Bandit, Peggy, but how great that Bailey chose you.

Sue, your beagles sound very wise... :)

My dogs definitely agree with you, Diane.

Linda, I love to feature pets in my books.

And Brenda, sorry to hear about your allergies.
(
Linda O, Johnston 12:18pm March 1, 2011)

Pets are wonderful family members.
(
Ann Garland 12:26pm March 1, 2011)

Well, anyone who knows me knows I love my animals. I have three ferrets that are my laughter. I can't play with them without laughing the whole time. I never they were such lovable little creatures until my kid came home with one. By the time she moved back out she had three. I missed them so much that I now have three. I have a chihuahua that's breaking my heart with her health problems that have no cure. Then there's Missy, my almost a service dog. She has her own facebook page and I'm making her a quilt that is signed by over 150 authors (still collecting more) signing the pieces. The quilt goes up for auction soon so I can finish her training across country. I already depend on her for so many things and knowing she's going to be fully trained...can't wait. It's actually hard to let her go off by herself.

Can't wait for another doggy book.
(
Christina Harrison 1:37am March 1, 2011)

Our little dog Chloe is a rescue animal and our baby. She has separation anxiety and is always so happy to see me when I
return. I get much tag wagging and hand kissing whether I'm
gone an hour or just minutes.
(
Lisa Richards 5:07pm March 1, 2011)

I grew up with a part beagle dog who loved to chase the animals in the backyard and protect the entire perimeter of the yard. Doggie tales interest me, so thanks for writing an adventure with paws.
(
Alyson Widen 12:28pm March 8, 2011)

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