Fred Foret looked so lifelike when Jason Lynx's dog found him dead in a Denver park. Jason, a compulsive puzzle solver, is fascinated and investigates on his own. When beautiful Melody Steinwale's body is also found dead in the park, Jason tries to make the pieces fit. The ugly picture that emerges tells Jason more about himself than he cares to know.......
|Title||:||Death and the Dogwalker|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||216 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Death and the Dogwalker Reviews
The second in the series, but the first one I read, and it was easy to pick up on. I was intrigued by the hero, an interior designer. The local details and the love story ~ all rather satisfying; the plot moved along without being breathless and the writing startled me in it's clarity. All I need in a great mystery!
Jason is a nice character, but I`m even more fond of Grace. It`s so much fun to have a female protagonist who is described as permanently hungry and enjoying enormous portions without being told to have some kind of eating disorder.
Excellent mystery - a series
not as good, annoying continuity error, loose ends, no justice
I thought I knew who did it. I was wrong.
I wish Tepper hadn't given up on her mystery series. A master plotter like she is - mysteries were a natural.
Love her writing. Not the same emotional trip and intrigue of the first Jason Lynx, but close. Looking forward to the third.
Jason Lynx has a dog. Is cat sitting for a large Maine coon cat.He is an antique furniture broker and does neat decorating jobs.Two murders in a park.Good.