As a bona fide "crazy dog lady", I love how dogs are integrated in every story. I am also enchanted with the small town theme and the terrifically likable main characters. I'm looking forward to the next book!
I just finished the third book and once again I loved it. Dory was hilarious in this book. So far my favorites are book 1 and 3, though we have enjoyed them all.
In Book 3, Mae and Detective Nichols took on issues of social injustice—puppy mills and life sentences for women who kill their abusers. The book is a good reminder to clean and clear our minds of wrongdoing on our part in order to help pave our way to a happier future. Thank you again for writing these books.
Can't wait for book 4.
This is the third in this series, and it's as good as the other two. In this adventure, there are many twists that I didn't see coming. Mae and Dory are still up to their usual stunts, and making Ben turn red again. The ending is just what I wanted. Can't wait for the next one.
Mae December has found another body. She is out walking Lulu, one of the dogs in her boarding kennels, along a trail that a friend had recommended when Lulu finds a body at the edge of the river. As Mae and Lulu make their way back up the bank to get back on the trail, Mae slips in icy mud, breaking her left wrist as she falls.
Thus begins the third Mae December mystery, and while Mae is slowed by a broken wrist, she is not stopped. She is soon involved in investigating a puppy mill as well as the murder.