It's bitter cold in Rosedale, Tennessee, the most frigid January in decades. The kind of chill they used to describe as requiring sleeping with three dogs just to make it through the night. Mae December has found yet another body, this one on the banks of the Little Harpeth River. It's another murder for her boyfriend, Sheriff Ben Bradley, to investigate. Only Mae's broken her wrist, which makes helping out with the case difficult. That's okay, because the murdered man was found near a puppy mill, and all evidence points to the owner as the killer. Surely the case will be a slam dunk. Mae's injury also hampers her ability to run her dog boarding business and care for the three pit bull puppies she's fostering, so she hires Ray Fenton, the kid who blew the whistle on the now-shuttered puppy mill. Meanwhile, Sheriff Bradley's office manager, Dory Clarkson, struggles to pass the physical tests that will allow her to fulfill her dream of becoming a deputy, Mae and her friend Tammy are busy planning Tammy's Valentine's Day wedding to the brother of Mae's deceased fiancé, and Detective Wayne Nichols must revisit his painful past as he fights to free his foster mother from prison. Rosedale is the last place you'd expect to harbor a killer. Now the sheriff's department must solve its third murder in a year. Three Dog Day is the third book in the Mae December mystery series, which began with One Dog Too Many.
About the Author
Lia Farrell is the pen name of the mother and daughter writing team of Lyn Farquhar and Lisa Fitzsimmons, who live in Michigan and Tennessee, respectively. Both are life-long readers who are also dog lovers. Lyn owns two Welsh corgis and Lisa has one pug and a Siberian husky. Lisa works as a Muralist and Interior Designer and Lyn is a Professor of Medical Education. Three Dog Day is the third novel in the Mae December Mystery series, which began with One Dog Too Many and Two Dogs Lie Sleeping. For more information, go to liafarrell.net.
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Three Dog Day based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
The series continue to entertain and enjoy! I cried with heartbreak and smile at the joy! The characters also continue to fascinate! Next!
Great first books, 1-4. Have read 1,2 and 3. Really liked 1 and 2 best, but 3 was ok. Animals woven into the story kept me coming back. I just wish more cuddling and antics with pups. They are all so perfect.