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Book Review: Live and Let Growl

July 23, 2016

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Live and Let Growl (A Melanie Travis Mystery, #19)Live and Let Growl

by Laurien Berenson

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

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Laurien Berenson’s Live and Let Growl(Kensington 2016),#19 in the Melanie Travis series, is a delightful cozy mystery starring special ed teacher Melanie Travis. She’s been working full time, raising a three-year-old and caring for a house full of poodles (the silent stars of the series). Her husband arranges a surprise vacation to a Kentucky dog show to accompany Aunt Peg on two tasks: look into a thoroughbred horse she’s inherited and help a pregnant cousin at a dog show where’s she is showing a collection of dogs. What should be a relaxing, fun weekend is turned upside down when a renowned breeder dies and both Travis and Aunt Peg can’t accept that it was an accident.

From early on, it’s clear that this book is as much a procedural on thoroughbreds and dog…

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5 Comments
  1. Kev permalink

    Sounds really good 🙂

  2. Thanks for the reblog!

    • Your welcome. I liked the title on this one. It peaks one’s interest immediately. The story seemed different and fun because of the dogs. I’ve added it to my wish list.

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