"Dog" detectives Susan Conant - dog lovers will love it!
Holly Winter is a columnist for Dog Life magazine and a hereditary dog lover. It would seem that what could be more innocent than the world of animal lovers? However, mysterious crimes occur among the "dog lovers" every now and then! Holly gets involved in the investigation and invariably finds a solution. But she was unlikely to be able to unravel everything without the help of dogs.
"The dog that broke the leash"
During training sessions, Dr. Stanton, a respected member of the Dog Training Club, was killed. Yes, how dead! They strangled him with the leash of his own malamute. Holly, who recently lost her beloved Golden Retriever, takes a newly-born "orphan" Raudi. And imperceptibly for himself it becomes involved in the investigation of the murder.
"The dog who fought for his rights"
Holly's house is visited by her father, Buck. And not one, but in the company of his unusual pet - Clyde's half-wolf. But once Clyde is kidnapped. Holly begins the search, and it turns out that Clyde is not the only victim. And all this seems to be connected with cruel experiments on animals. In addition, there are murders, which only a resourceful journalist can solve.
"The Dog Who Told the Truth"
Holly had enough worries with the stubborn and cheerful Raudi, but fate turned out to be in her charge another Malamute - Kimi, whose previous mistresses died in extremely strange circumstances. Trying to trace the life path of a new dog, Holly unexpectedly discovers a mystery.
"The dog who cracked the door"
The owner of a charming dwarf poodle was found dead after a thunderstorm. What killed her: a lightning bolt or revenge? And where does the electroshock collars for dogs? Holly, as always, finds the answer. But she was unlikely to be able to do this without the help of faithful companions: Raudi and Kimi.
By the way, Susan Conant herself, the author of "dog" detectives, is the proud owner of two Malamutes. Therefore, he writes about dogs competently.
In the photo: Susan Conant, the author of "dog" detectives, and her Alaskan Malamutes