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Going to the Dogs by Elle Druskin
Sam Kendall is a cop with a mission; find the killer who murdered his partner and track down the diamond thieves behind the killing. Chief suspect Jodie McBride is a brilliant dog trainer but a loser with men. Dog-hating Sam is stuck with a junk food addicted poodle as his new partner and stuck on a cute redheaded dog lover that he desperately wants to be innocent. Mix in an assortment of eccentric pooches, their offbeat owners, baseball fans and two very smart canines who know humans can’t be trusted to know a good thing when they see it. Before Sam and Jodie know what's happened, everybody is going to the dogs.

"Elle Druskin has given us a story with teeth, both suspenseful and funny. The interaction is wonderful and engaging. I was unable to put the book down once I began. This is a wonderful find for the romance and animal lover with enough suspense to keep you interested." StarStarStarStar- Reviewed by Leslie at The Romance Reviews.

"I’m not normally a fan of pedigreed dogs.  They’re inbred, spoiled and hyper.  Give me a mutt from the pound any day.  But ya gotta love a dog who eats pizza and Fritos, watches baseball (even if it is the Yankees and not the Cubs), and sings along with the radio.  And ya gotta love a cop who looks like George Clooney and bumbles his way through a case involving a dog trainer and her canine clients and their wacky owners.  I try to follow a schedule each day—so much time writing, promoting, reading, etc.  At night I read a chapter or so and drift off to sleep, often with my Kindle in hand and the light on.  At some point my head bobs and I wake up enough to put my Kindle on the bedside table and turn out the light.  Not so last night.  I read straight through until I finished the book somewhere around five a.m.  I highly recommend this book.  Just be sure you don’t have anything else scheduled and you don’t have to be anywhere the next day when you pick it up.  It’s not a bathtub read unless you don’t mind getting cold and pruny."-  5 rose review. Reviewed by Rochelle at Rochelle's Romance reviews.

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