Ruff Way to Go

Ruff Way to Go DOG THERAPIST ALLIE BABCOCK IS BACK AND SHE HAS A BONE TO PICK WITH A KILLERAllie s dog therapy practice is booming Her divorcing neighbors Edith and Travor have hired her to choose which one should h

  • Title: Ruff Way to Go
  • Author: Leslie O'Kane
  • ISBN: 9780449001615
  • Page: 366
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • DOG THERAPIST ALLIE BABCOCK IS BACK AND SHE HAS A BONE TO PICK WITH A KILLERAllie s dog therapy practice is booming Her divorcing neighbors Edith and Travor have hired her to choose which one should have custody of Shogun, their silky terrier Another neighborhood pair, Cassandra and Paul, need help with a fostered Siberian husky and her pups Everything s great until AlDOG THERAPIST ALLIE BABCOCK IS BACK AND SHE HAS A BONE TO PICK WITH A KILLERAllie s dog therapy practice is booming Her divorcing neighbors Edith and Travor have hired her to choose which one should have custody of Shogun, their silky terrier Another neighborhood pair, Cassandra and Paul, need help with a fostered Siberian husky and her pups Everything s great until Allie finds Cassandra s bludgeoned body on Edith s deck with a bloody pawprint beside it and Shogun long gone.Who murdered Cassandra Where s Shogun What makes the old couple down the block so hostile Hounded by the police and in the doghouse with just about everybody else, sleuthhound Allie cuts to the chase and unleashes a close encounter with a cold hearted killer

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    • Betty says:

      A fast and intriguing dog mystery with Allie Babcock, a dog therapist. She has moved temporarily back home. Allie is asked to decide which party in a messy divorce case should receive custody of Shogun, a silky terrier. With her Mother's permission Allie has agreed to foster a husky with her puppies for 3 weeks. The story takes a violent turn when she finds the body of one of her neighbors dead at the home of one of Shogun's owners. There are enough turns as the story keeps changing direction. D [...]

    • Jeanne says:

      Not so muchThis wasn't half as good as the debut novel but the plot and characters were still ok and use will read the nextSurprisingly this has a few typos as well

    • Karen B. says:

      Allie Babcock is an animal (dog) therapist and is pulled into a custody battle between a divorcing neighborhood couple to decide who will get their dog Shogun. Another neighbor is fostering a Siberian Huskie and her pups and the neighbor is found dead in the back of the divorcing couple's yard. I love this series because there are so many delicious mysteries to solve and Allie's main concern is the welfare of the dog. I was kept guessing right up until the end and really enjoyed that aspect of t [...]

    • JudyVana says:

      I like Leslie O'Kane's books, there fast and easy to read. I enjoy the dog books and I liked Ruff Way to Go and all of her mysteries. Not sure if she should continue dating someone who is scared to death of dogs though. I'm on to reading her next dog story.Keep writing them

    • Sarah says:

      This book was alright. It started out super fun, but the plot turned out fairly cheesy from the middle to end. A few things were silly and unbelievable. Who hires and pays a dog-behavior expert to determine where a dog's ideal home would be during a divorce process? Especially a neighbor you're not crazy about in the first place. I thought a lot of the dog-related events in the book were far-fetched and unrealistic, like how obsessed EVERYONE in the neighborhood was about their dogs, especially [...]

    • Lynette Haddock says:

      GoodOnce more, dog behaviorist, Allie Babcock, is involved in trying to solve a murder, which occurs in her neighbor's back yard. Of course, dogs play a vital role in the narrative. The humor is a breath of fresh air. The unfolding romance is also very sweet, and so far, wholesome and not tainted by today's view of lust as love. Unfortunately, there were too many typos in this book. I can certainly understand how that can happen, but, for me, it was a little interruptive to the story.

    • Jean says:

      This cozy mystery is second in a series. Allie Babcock is an interesting character, but sometimes I wanted to shake her. She may be a whiz at reading dogs, but she's abysmal at reading people. Still it is a nice, quick read. I enjoyed the dog training tips included in the book.I think you have to really like dogs to love this book, but if you enjoy cozy mysteries, you may want to try this one.

    • Diane ~Firefly~ says:

      I think the series might be getting a bit better. The MC has common sense and I like her, her dogs and her mother. This time she is deciding who gets the custody of a dog in a divorce when she comes across a dead body. Since this is in her neighborhood we get to meet her neighbors as they are suspects. Lots of drama with a few different issues being discovered.

    • Lynn Demsky says:

      This was an exceptional mystery – plus it’s just fun to find a mystery that can be easily read in one day! There was a lot of twists and turns and was surprised at who the killer really was! GREAT READ!

    • Kevin Kern says:

      Easy read, sort of lame, except for the dog parts. I hope the writer has found an editor, who makes her refrain from using currently, twice in one sentence. In other words, the writing isn't top notch, but she can depict dogs, and their behavior very well.

    • Sue says:

      Excellent second book. Looking forward to the third in her series.

    • Janet says:

      I just could not get into this book. Seemed too juvenile.

    • victoria walker says:

      Dog lovers delightWonderful dog lovers read.Many tricks for new and old owners of dogs to be reminded of dogs locality to owners and behavior.

    • Kathy says:

      Great series.I LOVE this series!! If you love dogs and mysteries, this is the series for you!! Allie Babcock is pet behaviorist who seems have a knack for solving murders.

    • Kristy Christensen says:

      Read this in a few hours. interesting in a teenager sort of way and the ending was a surprise.

    • Kathy Govreau says:

      I was definitely not disappointed in this 2nd of the series. Love the characters!

    • Joyce Kirkwood says:

      Needed someone who could read to go over book.The book was good but whoever was supposed to make corrections was extremely sloppy. There were too many errors. Joyce

    • Triss says:

      Some people read romance for relaxation. I read dog books. some are way better than others. I like this series. It's kind of lame in a really fun way.

    • Gloria Mccracken says:

      A pleasant entry in the series about a dog behaviorist who has moved back home. Some of the characters act a little dopey.

    • Kathy says:

      Pretty cute enjoying this series!

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