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Let Sleeping Dogs Lie

3.0 of 5 stars 3.00  ·  rating details  ·  51 ratings  ·  8 reviews

Private investigator Jack McPhee has a two-word business philosophy: no partners. Rules are allegedly made to be broken, but Jack didn't expect that a contract to nab the so-called Calendar Burglar would force him to team up with a ten-pound, hyperactive Maltese.
Or that as McPhee Investigations goes to the dogs, he'd fall deeply in-like with Dina Wexler, an undertall groo
ebook, 400 pages
Published November 15th 2012 by Harlequin Mira (first published March 1st 2009)
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This is not a book I'd want to read twice. Perhaps the cliche title was fair warning.
I was attracted to this book by its title, but the story sadly has little to do with dogs and no direct connection to its name. The characters never really come alive for me, with the exception of Harriet the aging, invalid Mom, and Phil, the city pound mongrel, in their supportive roles. The plot, late in appearing, has some interesting edges, but the resolution seems incredibly drawn out. I do not view this book as a waste of time, but I doubt that I’ll hunt for any sequels.
This was such a low-quality "B" book, but it was a fun rad once I got used to the crappy writing style! ;-) Sometimes you just need a nothing book like this.
Carrie Clark
I had a hard time keeping focused with this book, Not one I would recommend. Characters and the story line were very week.
This was a fun mystery. Approached everything from a slightly different angle but a ending that wrapped it up well.
OK. Not great book. Quick read, told well. A bit outlandish.
Sara Södergren
Funny... but felt lacking in the end.
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