A Dead Man and Doggie Delights

A Dead Man and Doggie Delights

by Aleksa Baxter

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Overview

When Maggie May Carver moved to Baker Valley, Colorado she wanted two things: to open a dog barkery with her best friend, and to take care of her aging grandpa.

But when her grandpa is accused of murder--a crime he may well have committed--Maggie finds herself in the role of amateur detective. With her faithful Newfie, Miss Fancypants, at her side, Maggie is determined to find the real killer and clear her grandpa's name.

Assuming he isn't the actual killer, of course...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161208991
Publisher: Barnes & Noble Press
Publication date: 11/05/2018
Series: Nosy Newfie Cozy Mysteries , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 63,676
File size: 326 KB

About the Author

Aleksa Baxter has a lot in common with the main character of her Nosy Newfie series, Maggie May. She loves Coke, the Colorado mountains, her family and friends, and especially her Newfie, who is not named Miss Fancypants but is very much the inspiration behind her.

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A Dead Man and Doggie Delights 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Nancy0708 9 months ago
Maggie Mae is starting an exciting new chapter in her life. She moved to Baker Valley in Colorado to open The Baker Valley Barkery and Cafe with her best friend and has self appointed herself to grandpa duty to help her aging grandpa. She is barely unpacked when she finds a dead body and her grandpa becomes the only suspect. Since Officer Clark sees no reason to even consider there may be other suspects Maggie finds it necessary to get involved. I enjoyed the characters in this story from the somewhat crusty but not helpless grandpa to the 140 pound lovable Newfoundland named Miss Fancypants. There were not a lot of characters in the story yet I still had trouble deciding who was guilty. I look forward to the next book in the Nosy Newfie series.