The title comes from an old Anasazi saying that some nights are three dog nights, meaning you have to sleep with three dogs to make it through the night. We did an adaptation of the saying, "Three Dog Day" for our title. This one is about busting a puppy mill, and a John Doe victim. Mae finds the body in the Little Harpeth River, but solving the case first requires making an ID on the victim. There is also a teen-age whistle blower who informs the Sheriff's Office in Rose County that there is a puppy mill operating near where the body was found. This one looks like a slam dunk, but there are plenty of surprising turns and twists.