The Girl with the Dachshund Tattoo

The Girl with the Dachshund Tattoo

by Sparkle Abbey

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ISBN-13: 9781611944662
Publisher: BelleBooks
Publication date: 10/31/2014
Series: Pampered Pets Mystery Series , #6
Pages: 216
Sales rank: 302,758
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.70(d)

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The Girl with the Dachshund Tattoo 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
I have read 5 books in this series this past week. I cant put them down! Betty foxx is hilarious! I wish they'd make this series.into a movie.
Carstairs38 10 months ago
This weekend, the Dachshund Dash has come to town, and Mel has closed down her Bow Wow Boutique to be there. Not only does she have a booth, but she is also providing the official racing jerseys for the contestants. While she isn't familiar with the backstage drama associated with this racing circuit, she quickly gets a crash course when Lenny and Richard, the owners of the dogs expected to finish in first and second, get into an argument right outside her booth. A little while later, her assistant, Betty, gets into an altercation with Richard, even brandishing a gun at him. So, naturally, when Mel finds Richard's dead body after he's been shot, Betty becomes the prime suspect. Only Betty claims that someone, a girl with a dachshund tattoo, took the gun away from her. Why is Betty being so secretive? Where is her gun? Who shot Richard? This is another fabulous book in the series. The plot introduces us to a couple of solid suspects before the murder takes place, and it then gives us a few more once things really get going. We get plenty of twists and turns before Mel figures everything out. And we also get plenty of humor. I was grinning and chuckling when I wasn't laughing. The characters can be a bit broad as a result as they serve the dual purpose of suspect and provider of laughs, but it works for the series. It helps that Mel is very real, and her concern comes through. The result is lots of fun.
Rockport_rocker More than 1 year ago
Reading this series always gives me such pleasure.  The love for animals and a good mystery combinee with great friendships makes for a delightful cozy.  Betty gets on my nerves but I still can't resist her. When Betty suggests that Melinda sponsor shirts for the local Dachshund Dash and set up a booth, it sounds like perfect advertisement for her pet boutique and a lot of fun.  Of course things never turn out as they should. Melinda spends more time trying to keep Betty out of trouble, and trying to discover who is murdering people at the not so fun races than she does in her booth.  That would be bad enough but Grey shows up and their relationship appears to be in jeopardy, that stupid broach.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago