The Puppy Who Knew Too Much (Dog Club Mystery #2)
Lilly Echosby and her toy poodle Aggie find a fresh start in Chattanooga, Tennessee, spoiled by the scent of murder...   Having solved the shooting death of her cheating husband, Lilly's left behind the drama of Lighthouse Dunes, Indiana, to start over in the hometown of her best friend, Scarlett "Dixie" Jefferson. As she gets settled in her new rented house, Lilly gives Aggie, short for Agatha Christie, her own fresh start by enrolling her in the Eastern Tennessee Dog Club, where Dixie is a trainer.   But drama seems to hound Lilly like a persistent stray. Her cranky new neighbor appears unfamiliar with Southern hospitality and complains that Aggie barks too much and digs up his prized tulips. But what the poodle actually unearths is the buried body of a mysterious man who claimed ownership of the lost golden retriever Lilly recently rescued. Now it's up to Lilly and Dixie to try to muzzle another murderer...

The Puppy Who Knew Too Much (Dog Club Mystery #2) Details

TitleThe Puppy Who Knew Too Much (Dog Club Mystery #2)
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 12th, 2019
PublisherLyrical Underground
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GenreMystery, Cozy Mystery

The Puppy Who Knew Too Much (Dog Club Mystery #2) Review

  • Linda
    January 1, 1970
    The story is cute with strong and sassy leading female characters. Protagonist Lilly Echosby is a recently divorced CPA who’s just moved from Indiana to Chattanooga, Tennessee with her toy poodle, Aggie (short for Agatha). I like how the action starts immediately as Lilly, accompanied by her best friend, Dixie, has the opportunity to rent a nice house practically drop right in her lap. A disagreeable neighbor manages to infuriate her quickly, but she’s told no one can get along with him. Lilly’s The story is cute with strong and sassy leading female characters. Protagonist Lilly Echosby is a recently divorced CPA who’s just moved from Indiana to Chattanooga, Tennessee with her toy poodle, Aggie (short for Agatha). I like how the action starts immediately as Lilly, accompanied by her best friend, Dixie, has the opportunity to rent a nice house practically drop right in her lap. A disagreeable neighbor manages to infuriate her quickly, but she’s told no one can get along with him. Lilly’s starting a new job at a museum, and I loved her co-workers who immediately took her under their wings.When little Aggie sniffs out a dead body, the author really begins to spin the wheel and readers should watch closely as she drops off clue after clue as to answers for this niftily crafted plot! With a winning cast of secondary characters including all the dogs, plus an unexpected yet possible romantic interest for Lilly, this is a fun, fast read! I highly recommend!I reviewed a digital arc provided by NetGalley and Kensington Lyrical. Thank you.
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  • JoAn
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much by V.M. Burns was an engaging second book in the Dog Club Mystery series.Lilly Echosby and her toy poodle, Aggie, have moved to Chattanooga, TN to start a new life. Her best friend, Dixie, has welcomed her to her home town and is ready to help her get settled. I love both of these women! They are both smart, independent and determined. Fortune smiles on Lilly when she meets Mrs. Hanson who decides to rent her son's house and she knows about a job opening that would be The Puppy Who Knew Too Much by V.M. Burns was an engaging second book in the Dog Club Mystery series.Lilly Echosby and her toy poodle, Aggie, have moved to Chattanooga, TN to start a new life. Her best friend, Dixie, has welcomed her to her home town and is ready to help her get settled. I love both of these women! They are both smart, independent and determined. Fortune smiles on Lilly when she meets Mrs. Hanson who decides to rent her son's house and she knows about a job opening that would be perfect for Lilly. Lilly's new job is at The Chatanooga Art Museum and Linda Kay, her boss, and Jacob, a co-worker, make her feel right at home. Unfortunately, the good luck stops there as Aggie discovers a body on their morning walk after moving into their new home. The story moved quickly with twists and turns, few suspects and no clear motives to keep readers turning the pages as they follow the clues. I really enjoy this series and would highly recommend it.I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book from Lyrical Underground via NetGalley. All of the above opinions are my own.
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  • Betty
    January 1, 1970
    The second book in this The Dog series is as good as the first one. Lilly Echosby has moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee. She is training Abbie in obedience. and working as an accountant at a local museum. She rented a house in a subdivision where she meets a crabby neighbor. On a walk, Abbie finds a dead body in the woods nearby. Her daughter, Stephanie is visiting her to aid her moving into her new home. The first night she finds a golden retriever under porch who is badly hurt. Her boyfriend Joe The second book in this The Dog series is as good as the first one. Lilly Echosby has moved to Chattanooga, Tennessee. She is training Abbie in obedience. and working as an accountant at a local museum. She rented a house in a subdivision where she meets a crabby neighbor. On a walk, Abbie finds a dead body in the woods nearby. Her daughter, Stephanie is visiting her to aid her moving into her new home. The first night she finds a golden retriever under porch who is badly hurt. Her boyfriend Joe, a K-9 handler is worried about Stephanie and has joined Lilly and her daughter in Tennessee. The characters are fully developed and have attractive traits even the dogs. Joe has to return to work asked friend to watch over the house and residents. The house is ransacked and the body of the crabby is found. The various trends are skillfully brought together for an entrainment read. There several tips on training a dog.I found the book hard to put down and looking g forward to the next boom. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK AND SERIES.Disclosure: Many thanks to NetGalley and Lyrical Underground for a review copy. The opinions expressed are my own.
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  • Karen
    January 1, 1970
    This second book in the series is even better than the first!A first rate mystery that kept me entertained and guessing (incorrectly!). The story was well written and engaging from start to finish.The characters are really enjoyable and I look forward to reading the next in the series!I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of the book.
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  • RO G'ma
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much is the second book in V.M. Burns’ A Dog Club Mystery series. The storyline is well plotted, and the well-developed characters are affable. The story flows at a steady pace, with humorous moments, and an interesting mystery with enough twists and red herrings to keep the reader engaged and guessing.Deciding to make a fresh start after the death of her husband, Albert, Lilly Echosby has decided to and her two-year-old toy poodle, Aggie, moved from Lighthouse Dunes, Indi The Puppy Who Knew Too Much is the second book in V.M. Burns’ A Dog Club Mystery series. The storyline is well plotted, and the well-developed characters are affable. The story flows at a steady pace, with humorous moments, and an interesting mystery with enough twists and red herrings to keep the reader engaged and guessing.Deciding to make a fresh start after the death of her husband, Albert, Lilly Echosby has decided to and her two-year-old toy poodle, Aggie, moved from Lighthouse Dunes, Indiana to Chattanooga, Tennessee, where her best friend since college, Scarlett “Dixie” Jefferson (a dog trainer) lives with her husband, Beau, and two champion standard poodles. Lilly has two adult children, Stephanie, a lawyer in Chicago, and David, an actor, touring in Europe. Lilly’s been staying at an extended-stay hotel but hopes to find an affordable rental house in a decent neighborhood and employment. It seems luck is on her side when Jo Ellen Hansen introduces herself and not only offers to rent her son, Robert’s, house to her but also knows someone who is looking to hire an accountant. Stephanie’s visiting her mother and they find a neglected and injured golden retriever under the porch of the house Lilly rented. Lilly believes she’s going to enjoy working at the Chattanooga Museum of Art and likes Linda Kay Weyman, the executive director, and Jacob Flemings, Linda Kay’s assistant, but has her work cut out for her trying to unravel the mess Freemont Hopewell, the previous financial manager, created. Shortly after she moves in, Lilly and Aggie find a body of a man identified as Robert Hansen, her landlord. Officer Lewis doubts Lilly when she denies knowing the victim, and when she finds Theodore Livingston’s body, he advises her that she’s a person of interest because she not only had a run-in with the grumpy old man but also had a confrontation with him at a neighborhood association meeting where she ended up uncharacteristically striking and threatening him. Stephanie’s boyfriend, Joe Harrison, a K-9 handler, was also visiting and when he has to return home, he contacts his friend, Dennis “Red” Olson, who works with the Drug Enforcement Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, to look after Lilly and Stephanie. Lilly, Stephanie, and Dixie decide to take matters in their own hands and track down the real killer or killers.I received an Advance Reader Copy of this book from NetGalley and voluntarily reviewed it.
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  • Patty
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much by V. M. Burns is the 2nd book in the Dog Club Mystery, and another wonderful addition. I have enjoyed the author's Mystery Bookshop series, and her first book in Dog Club Mystery series. Ms. Burns is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Lilly Echosby's husband left her after thirty six years of marriage, so she decides to move to Florida and get a puppy her husband would never let her have. Lilly's new toy poodle is named Agatha Christie, and she can be a han The Puppy Who Knew Too Much by V. M. Burns is the 2nd book in the Dog Club Mystery, and another wonderful addition. I have enjoyed the author's Mystery Bookshop series, and her first book in Dog Club Mystery series. Ms. Burns is quickly becoming one of my favorite authors. Lilly Echosby's husband left her after thirty six years of marriage, so she decides to move to Florida and get a puppy her husband would never let her have. Lilly's new toy poodle is named Agatha Christie, and she can be a handful. Good thing Lilly best friend ,Dixie, trains dogs. Lilly moves into a to good to be true house, and bodies start turning up. Lilly and Dixie are determined to find the murderer, since Lilly is a suspect. On top of that Lily gets a job working for a museum after not working for a long time, except for her ex husband business. There is so much going on in this book, between the neighborhood and her work place, plus a little romance too. I found this book to be a quick read, with a well developed plot and characters. I am looking forward to reading the next book in the series. If you love cozy and fun mysteries, I strongly recommend this book. I received this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
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  • Miss W Book Reviews
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much is Book 2 in the Dog Club Mystery Series and I LOVED It as much as the first book in the series, In the Dog House . I loved the action from the first page and such likeable characters and DOGS!!!! The protagonist Lilly Echosby is a strong female character with some sass! The well written dialogue made it a real page turner and a quick read. I enjoyed all elements of this book especially the mystery! I read ALOT of mysteries and I kept guessing who it might be and I wa The Puppy Who Knew Too Much is Book 2 in the Dog Club Mystery Series and I LOVED It as much as the first book in the series, In the Dog House . I loved the action from the first page and such likeable characters and DOGS!!!! The protagonist Lilly Echosby is a strong female character with some sass! The well written dialogue made it a real page turner and a quick read. I enjoyed all elements of this book especially the mystery! I read ALOT of mysteries and I kept guessing who it might be and I was wrong every time! Such a great book by a great author!
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  • Jeanie Jackson
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much, the second great entry in VM Burns Dog Club mystery series, is another winner. A recent entry into the world of the cozy mystery, Ms. Burns has been spot-on with every book she has released and this series is taking off like a flash. The newest book includes a perplexing mystery that left me trailing around with no clue and an insightful presentation of characters who brought the warmth that I demand of a cozy mystery. Those characters feel realistic even when they f The Puppy Who Knew Too Much, the second great entry in VM Burns Dog Club mystery series, is another winner. A recent entry into the world of the cozy mystery, Ms. Burns has been spot-on with every book she has released and this series is taking off like a flash. The newest book includes a perplexing mystery that left me trailing around with no clue and an insightful presentation of characters who brought the warmth that I demand of a cozy mystery. Those characters feel realistic even when they face the unusual number of murders that come with cozy mysteries drew me through both books as much as the complex mystery that she does so well. As much as I enjoy the people Ms. Burns as introduced me to, her knowledge of dogs offers an even greater connection. She leaves me nodding at the antics of the fur babies. While little Aggie is the star of the show for me, I love all of them.I was delighted to receive an ARC of The Puppy Who Knew Too Much via NetGalley and will be sharing that delight with anyone who will listen.#NetGalley #ThePuppyWhoKnewTooMuch
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  • Sandra
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too Much by V. M. Burns is the second book in Dog Club Mystery series but can be read as a standalone.Lilly and her dog Aggie have, by sheer luck found a perfect house for them. However as soon as they move in strange things start to happen. House is ransacked, mysterious dog shows up and people start dying. With the help of her best friend, her daughter and a fine looking investigator they begin digging for the truth. The problem is that they discovered more than they should The Puppy Who Knew Too Much by V. M. Burns is the second book in Dog Club Mystery series but can be read as a standalone.Lilly and her dog Aggie have, by sheer luck found a perfect house for them. However as soon as they move in strange things start to happen. House is ransacked, mysterious dog shows up and people start dying. With the help of her best friend, her daughter and a fine looking investigator they begin digging for the truth. The problem is that they discovered more than they should and have put their lives in danger.I really enjoyed this book, its easy style and a very cleverly plotted mystery. With no gory details, a bit of romance and lots of very interesting facts about dog training it was hard to put it down.I liked all of the characters, they were well developed and finely portrayed. The setting is beautiful and it is nicely paced. A pleasure to read. I am looking forward to the next installment.I have received an advanced copy from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
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  • Cindi
    January 1, 1970
    Oodles of Poodles with a great storyline!Chattanooga, Tennessee’s newest resident, Lily, has finally found a home and a job. Unfortunately right after she moves in she finds a dead body that turns out to be her landlord. The second day of work she meets her handsome predecessor, who is not only horrible at the job he left behind, but i s rude beyond measure. Poor Lily, what a start to a new life.But when Lily is a prime suspect and then finds another body, this one a senior citizen she had punch Oodles of Poodles with a great storyline!Chattanooga, Tennessee’s newest resident, Lily, has finally found a home and a job. Unfortunately right after she moves in she finds a dead body that turns out to be her landlord. The second day of work she meets her handsome predecessor, who is not only horrible at the job he left behind, but i s rude beyond measure. Poor Lily, what a start to a new life.But when Lily is a prime suspect and then finds another body, this one a senior citizen she had punched at a home owners association meeting, she’s really in a hot spot. Luckily Lilu’s BFF Dixie lives in town and her daughter is visiting, so she’s got the girl power to help and try to figure out what happened and how to clear her name.The characters are solid and the writing makes you feel right at home with the characters. Aggie is adorable and “The Golden” is a keeper! The storyline is well written and has a few curves you did not see coming! A great read and I cannot wait for the next book in the series.
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  • Monica
    January 1, 1970
    Lilly is starting a new life in a new city after her husband's death in the last book. But trouble follows her across the country and she's soon involved in more murders. Thankfully she has moved closer to her friend Dixie. Dixie is the kind of friend everyone needs. Totally supportive and helpful. Lilly is fortunate enough to have a strong supportive daughter who comes to help her also. And Lilly quickly makes friends with other supportive folks, along with finding a new home and a new job. Dix Lilly is starting a new life in a new city after her husband's death in the last book. But trouble follows her across the country and she's soon involved in more murders. Thankfully she has moved closer to her friend Dixie. Dixie is the kind of friend everyone needs. Totally supportive and helpful. Lilly is fortunate enough to have a strong supportive daughter who comes to help her also. And Lilly quickly makes friends with other supportive folks, along with finding a new home and a new job. Dixie runs classes to train the owners of dogs how to train their dogs. Lots of interesting helpful doggy tips. Good mystery with plenty of suspects and some twists along the way. Love the strong women and strong friendships!! Great description on the ride into the TN mountains. Brought back memories of trips we made and the scary feelings on those drives.
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  • Jill
    January 1, 1970
    4 stars I honestly put off reading this book for a while because I just wasn’t sure I would like it. I was so wrong! This is the second book in the series; however, it is written in such a way that anyone can pick it up and quickly understand the characters and their backstories.I loved so much about this book. The writer infused it with southern charm, wit, dogs, handsome cops and no sex or swearing. I, also really appreciated the fact that the main character Lilly is middle-aged I was not able 4 stars I honestly put off reading this book for a while because I just wasn’t sure I would like it. I was so wrong! This is the second book in the series; however, it is written in such a way that anyone can pick it up and quickly understand the characters and their backstories.I loved so much about this book. The writer infused it with southern charm, wit, dogs, handsome cops and no sex or swearing. I, also really appreciated the fact that the main character Lilly is middle-aged I was not able to figure out the mystery until the end which is always an added bonus! I will definitely be reading more in this series.I highly recommend this book!I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher and NetGalley. The views given are my own. #ThePuppyWhoKnewTooMuch #NetGalley #Kensington
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  • Debra Jo Burnette
    January 1, 1970
    #netgalleyI cannot say enough about this series. It is sweet with a slight romantic element, family oriented, female empowering and of course, MURDER!!Lily has put her past behind her and started a new life in Chattanooga. With the help of her best friend, Dixie, she is settling in well in her new surrounding. With a new home and job, everything seems to be falling into place, well until she stumbles upon a dead body. With the help of Dixie, Stephanie, Joe, and Joe's friend Red, the investigatio #netgalleyI cannot say enough about this series. It is sweet with a slight romantic element, family oriented, female empowering and of course, MURDER!!Lily has put her past behind her and started a new life in Chattanooga. With the help of her best friend, Dixie, she is settling in well in her new surrounding. With a new home and job, everything seems to be falling into place, well until she stumbles upon a dead body. With the help of Dixie, Stephanie, Joe, and Joe's friend Red, the investigation begins. This book has just as many twists at the first and I had no idea who the killer was nor did I expect the plot twists. I love the shenanigans the ladies get into as well as the budding romances throughout. This book releases on February 12, 2019 and I highly recommend it.
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  • Jayasree B
    January 1, 1970
    A book with dogs on the cover and I fell for it. The Puppy Who Knew Too Much is a story with a lot of things in the mix. A second chance at life, a bit of romance, resilience, dog training, and a lot of canine love!As a beloved pet unearths a dead body and through the course of investigations the body count increases, it all becomes a rather disturbing occurrence to what was once a peaceful residential area. I loved the book for its characters who are strong and resilient. They love their pets a A book with dogs on the cover and I fell for it. The Puppy Who Knew Too Much is a story with a lot of things in the mix. A second chance at life, a bit of romance, resilience, dog training, and a lot of canine love!As a beloved pet unearths a dead body and through the course of investigations the body count increases, it all becomes a rather disturbing occurrence to what was once a peaceful residential area. I loved the book for its characters who are strong and resilient. They love their pets and when things aren't looking up for them they set off to solve the mystery themselves.It all makes for a very interesting tale. For more book reviews, visit Frost At Midnite.
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  • Annarella
    January 1, 1970
    I loved the first book in this series and I loved this one.It is fun to read, fast paced, and engaging. It's a character driven book with a lovely cast of characters, both human and canine. At the end of the book I was feeling like adopting a toy poodle even if I'm not a big fan of poodles.I like reading about the developments in Lily's life and I'm curious about the new characters in the series.The mystery was interesting, with no plot hole, and with a lot of twists and turns. It kept me guessi I loved the first book in this series and I loved this one.It is fun to read, fast paced, and engaging. It's a character driven book with a lovely cast of characters, both human and canine. At the end of the book I was feeling like adopting a toy poodle even if I'm not a big fan of poodles.I like reading about the developments in Lily's life and I'm curious about the new characters in the series.The mystery was interesting, with no plot hole, and with a lot of twists and turns. It kept me guessing till the end and ending was quite a surprise.I look forward to reading the next instalment as this one was so good.Highly recommended!Many thanks to Kensington Books and Netgalley for this ARC
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  • Margie
    January 1, 1970
    The Puppy Who Knew Too much by V.M. Burns is the second book in her A Dog Club Mystery series. Lily Echosby has moved to Chatanooha, TN for a fresh start. Previously her soon-to-be-divorced-from husband was murdered and Lily was arrested for the murder. Of course she was proven innocent. Moving means getting away from all the stares and snide remarks - a new lease on life. She has chosen Chatanooga because it's a great place to live plus it's the home town of her best friend. Lily lucks into a r The Puppy Who Knew Too much by V.M. Burns is the second book in her A Dog Club Mystery series. Lily Echosby has moved to Chatanooha, TN for a fresh start. Previously her soon-to-be-divorced-from husband was murdered and Lily was arrested for the murder. Of course she was proven innocent. Moving means getting away from all the stares and snide remarks - a new lease on life. She has chosen Chatanooga because it's a great place to live plus it's the home town of her best friend. Lily lucks into a rental house in a nice neighborhood. Well it was nice until the murders started happening. Lily gets thrust into the murder investigation. She has to since the police consider her a suspect. Not again! This was a fun mystery to read with lots of surprises and twists. I really enjoyed this book.
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  • Mary
    January 1, 1970
    This is the 2nd of the series and the first that I have read. Lilly Echosby and her dog Aggie (Agatha) have moved to Chattanooga from Indiana after the death of her husband (first book). This is the hometown of her best friend Dixie and Lilly soon finds an affordable house to rent along with a new job at a museum. Things seem to be going great except for a nasty neighbor no one can get along with and finding a dead body. I should say Aggie digs up the body. Good solid mystery with lots of twists This is the 2nd of the series and the first that I have read. Lilly Echosby and her dog Aggie (Agatha) have moved to Chattanooga from Indiana after the death of her husband (first book). This is the hometown of her best friend Dixie and Lilly soon finds an affordable house to rent along with a new job at a museum. Things seem to be going great except for a nasty neighbor no one can get along with and finding a dead body. I should say Aggie digs up the body. Good solid mystery with lots of twists that keeps you engaged the entire time. I plan to order the first in the series I enjoyed this so much. Looking forward to the next in this series.
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  • Savana
    January 1, 1970
    I was graciously given this book in a giveaway. To preface, I’m usually not a mystery fan. However, The Puppy Who Knew Too Much was impossible to put down. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I read this story. The author gives you a chance to connect to Lily, Stephanie, and Dixie before the twists and turns begin. Once the story takes off, Burns’ keeps you guessing through the whole book, and caps it off with an intense twist ending! Plus, there’s poodles and golden retrievers involved! I was graciously given this book in a giveaway. To preface, I’m usually not a mystery fan. However, The Puppy Who Knew Too Much was impossible to put down. I was on the edge of my seat the whole time I read this story. The author gives you a chance to connect to Lily, Stephanie, and Dixie before the twists and turns begin. Once the story takes off, Burns’ keeps you guessing through the whole book, and caps it off with an intense twist ending! Plus, there’s poodles and golden retrievers involved! What more could you ask for? A great book I would recommend to mystery lovers but would also recommend non mystery fans check out too! I’ll be looking for more tales by VM Burns in the future.
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  • Janet Graham
    January 1, 1970
    5 StarsChattanooga Murders, Dogs and TBIThis cozy mystery is all about dogs and dog training. Of course, there are a few murders and other crimes along the way. This fun story sails past and leaves the desire to read the next in the series. I don't want to spoil the plot, so I'll just say that lovers of cozy mysteries and dogs will love this book. I seemed to have missed the first in this series and plan on reading it next. I received this book for free and this is my honest review.
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  • Allyson
    January 1, 1970
    First of all, this is not a happy-go-lucky children's book about a pet detective. Just FYI. Second, this is a mediocre book at best. The writing a dismal, the plot is subpar, and the ending is predictable. If you wanted to read something where you won't have any emotions, don't need to finish it to know how it ends, and want something your middle schooler could write, this is the book for you!
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  • Nancy Wolfe
    January 1, 1970
    This book was a delight to read, I just flew through the pages. The characters were engaging and I love reading books with dogs in them. The Puppy Who Knew Too Much was my first time reading anything by this author and I will look for more in this (Dog Club Mystery) series. I recommend this series to anyone who enjoys a cozy mystery with animals in them.
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  • Jeanne
    January 1, 1970
    A fun one with every character--including the dogs --have distinct voices. The plot is a who done it and why with unexpected elements and likable characters. Action and well written dialogue make it a fast readThank you netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this arc in return for my honest review
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  • Barbara Tobey
    January 1, 1970
    A page turner cozy mystery. Three dogs play key rolls in this story. A move to a new city has unexpected consequences, some good, some not. This is a quick, fun read with a hint of romance, good friends and family. I look forward to reading the further adventures in this charming dog club mystery series. Thanks to the publisher for providing a copy via NetGalley.
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  • Christina
    January 1, 1970
    Great book! It was a great mystery novel. I highly recommend reading it.
  • Kristin Cochran Schadler
    January 1, 1970
    Loved this book! Great story, fantastic twist at the end. Very enjoyable. Loved the complex mystery. Another hit for this author!
  • Brenda
    January 1, 1970
    Fun mysteryI enjoyed this cozy mystery which also had a little romance thrown in. Looking forward to reading other books by this author.I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway.
  • Lynn
    January 1, 1970
    Great book, and fun story! As always, V.M. Burns delivers a great book!
  • V.M.
    January 1, 1970
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