Play dead. It might just save your life.
When Jack Harney and Curt Noble opened their detective agency, they expected to investigate the occasional cheating husband or minor theft. Instead, they've somehow found themselves, once again, investigating not one, but two grisly murders.
Nene and Gaga Albright; one sweet, one sour, both suspicious of the new tenants above. Strange things are happening in the apartment across the hall. Are the new tenants eccentric, or just plain crazy?
Can Jack and Curt find the killer before he kills again? Will Nene find out what's going on behind door number two, or die trying?
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AWESOME READ!!!! This book was fast paced and keeps your attention from start to finish, and what a finish it was!! What a surprising end. Two murders at the dog park, and dogs are disappearing. When one of the tenants in the building Jack has his PI office asks for help in finding out who murdered his friend. Jack and Curt work to find answers when they are sure the police are not making it a priority. Nene and Gaga are up to their usual antics, and this book had me laughing out loud at the trouble those two find themselves in..... Jack has other things on his mind as well, when Amy comes back to town and tells him that she is going to have his baby. She is not too happy about it, and he's not really sure if he is or not, but they need to think about what is best for the baby. i am hoping there will be another book in this series. I really like the way MaryAnn Kempher writes and can't wait to see what she comes up with next!!!