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Beaglemania Pet Rescue Mystery #1A 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. 35 STARSFull Review Review This was a lot of fun I really enjoyed the characters and the mystery in this book As an animal lover the talk of cute dogs and cats made the story even better I do think that some parts got slow and we could have gotten to know the side characters but overall I found it to be a lot of fun I plan on reading the next book in the series I loved the main character and I am excited to see what happens next

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Hen 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 whole bunch of pups a rescue and murderI picked this book up because it had beagle pups on the cover I’ll admit it The cover snagged me Then I read the blurb Sounded good A woman who runs a rescue and saves critters and happens to be at the wrong time and wrong place when there’s a murder It caught me I’m glad I read this book The dogs are a good backdrop to the story and it moves along uite wellThere were times when I wasn’t so enad with the book The story is told in first person which isn’t bad but the narrator insists on telling exactly what everyone is wearing and how expensive their item is For example she mentions she’s got a new television and how it’s fancy flat screen and with all the bells and whistles because her son said to get that one Seemed like a bit of info that stalled out the story Lauren the main character can come off a bit snooty too She rescues pets so she feels she can get into jams and places she might not really belong because she’s helping Sometimes it got frustrating because I wanted her to keep moving forwardStill this is a good book It’s a uick read There’s a thread of animal abuse in it and it’s not heavily described which is good as it might be a trigger to some readers I do have to say though there is a bit of a stigma against pit bulls mentioned and it might not be what some readers want to seeIt might seem like I wasn’t a fan of this book but that’s not true This author is a new to me author and I see she’s written pet rescue and pet sitter mysteries I’m game to read them because I did like the writing flow and the premise is interestingIf you’re looking for a book about rescues pups and mystery then this might be the one for you

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Read ´ Beaglemania (Pet Rescue Mystery, #1) Ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free × 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 adorablLauren 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 w. The Publisher’s Weekly review of Beaglemania says it all in a nutshell with its description “less than engaging first in a new series” The story is a fairly predictable cozy mystery set in an animal shelter with little focus on character development Not terrible just not terribly exciting I have not read the author’s Pet Sitter series from which Beaglemania is apparently a spinoff book Beaglemania’s heroine Lauren Vancouver is the administrator at HotRescues a no kill animal shelter and unwittingly becomes the prime suspect in the murder of her employee Efram Kiley an animal abuser employed at HotRescues as part of a legal settlement Though it is clear the author’s knowledge of animals comes into play with the setting of the book in an animal shelter the plot suffers from an overabundance of narration delivered by Lauren as opposed to dialogue and character interaction Predictably and seemingly with total disregard for how her actions will be perceived by police Lauren decides to do some amateur sleuthing to find the real killer and prove her innocence In pursuit of this goal she confronts family and friends of the deceased at their work places and uestions them agrees to do a TV interview with NewsShakers a tabloid television program who unsurprisingly misrepresents her on air—then grants a follow up uote to the same reporter—and calls Detective Garciana who is investigating her to ask his opinion on how best to conduct her own investigation of the caseI was somewhat irritated by a few of the seemingly dumb decisions Lauren makes during the course of her investigation A grown woman who has been divorced raised two college aged kids and holds a position of administrator to a rescue shelter almost certainly has to be intelligent than to exacerbate herself as a murder suspect by antagonizing the detective investigating her Lauren’s actions did not create the impression she felt any real fear that she might end up in prison despite her innocence However if you are a fan of “cozy mysteries” – gentle mysteries in which a likeable small town heroine with a particular skill set in this case knowledge of animals that will be utilized to further her amateur sleuthing – then you may enjoy this story I would hope that future novels in this series focus heavily on the characters and developing their relationships with each other Most of the secondary characters in Beaglemania are non entities with only two real suspects provided for readers to guess whodunit I was disappointed in the lack of attention devoted to the love interest—Capt Matt Kingston of Animal Services particularly when Lauren cites him as a suspect in the murder I would have preferred to “see” Lauren’s relationship develop on the pages rather than read summaries of most of their conversations All in all not a bad read if you are a fan of this genre but if you prefer exciting thought provoking mysteries you may want to look elsewhere