Dog Drama

Dog Drama

by Leslie O'Kane
Dog Drama

Dog Drama

by Leslie O'Kane



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Welcome to Creede, a lovely little western town in the Colorado Rockies. This year's renowned theater production stars an Australian Shepherd with stage fright, two backstage love triangles, a shifty stagehand...and a real-life murder.

Dog therapist Allie Babcock has grasped the brass ring of work assignments--stunning scenery, the love of her life at her side, and stage-training a brilliant Australian Shepherd and an adorable Pug. The dogs are starring in a romantic comedy, "Good Dog, Blue!" written and directed by a friend of Allie's boyfriend. Within an hour of Allie's arrival, however, a heavy light fixture crashes onto the stage, nearly hitting the Shepherd. Before night has fallen on this not-so-sleepy town, a cast member is poisoned, and an anonymous note warns that Allie might be next. To leave puts a dog in jeopardy. To stay puts everything Allie holds dear at risk. Can she thwart a determined killer before the final curtain?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158702037
Publisher: O'Kane Ink
Publication date: 07/15/2017
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Sales rank: 639,908
File size: 175 KB

About the Author

Leslie O’Kane has written 28 novels, which have two things in common—they are laugh-out-loud funny, and at least one crime takes place in each book. Her all-time favorite review was in the Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel which read: “Leslie O’Kane is certainly on her way to making her Molly Masters series the I Love Lucy of amateur sleuths.” A member of two book clubs herself, Leslie gears her books for the lighter, optimistic side of women’s groups. She writes lively, page-turning books that are quick, entertaining reads. Her books are described as somewhere between Where’d You Go, Bernadette? and The Thin Woman.

Many years ago, when taken hostage in a robbery by an irate customer afterhours at the bar where she was head waitress, Leslie thought, “This guy is taking his having missed last call way too seriously.” That made her laugh, which in turn made the robber strike her with his shotgun. The experience taught her that writing about crimes is much more fun than taking part in them.
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