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To Fetch a Thief Four Fun "Tails" of Theft and Murder - Mutt Mysteries #1 - cover

To Fetch a Thief Four Fun "Tails" of Theft and Murder - Mutt Mysteries #1

Heather Weidner, Jayne Ormerod, Teresa Inge, Rosemary Shomaker

Publisher: Bay Breeze Publishing, LLC

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TO FETCH A THIEF, the first Mutt Mysteries collection, features four novellas that have gone to the dogs. In this howling good read, canine companions help their owners solve crimes and right wrongs. These sleuths may be furry and low to the ground, but their keen senses are on high alert when it comes to sniffing out clues and digging up the truth. Make no bones about it, these pup heroes will steal your heart as they conquer ruff villains.

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