Book Reviews of To Collar a Killer (Jack and Jaime, Bk 3)

To Collar a Killer (Jack and Jaime, Bk 3)
To Collar a Killer - Jack and Jaime, Bk 3
Author: Lee Charles Kelley
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ISBN-13: 9780060524951
ISBN-10: 0060524952
Publication Date: 12/1/2004
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 21 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Awesome book a lot of twists. I love the writers sense of humor and his characters like his friend who is his lawyer. Way too funny ...Great mystery with a few twists
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Humerous---fast paced. Jack Field one of Maine's kennel owners enjoyes spending quality time with pooches. While playing with Tipper, a corgi, teh dog returns with a bloodstained cap in her teeth. When Jack, an ex-New York cop decided to investigate he finds an anonymous dead man clutching Tipper's tennis ball.
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Wonderful book. Once again - the author sends you off onto another mystery with the loveable dog trainer Jack Field.
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If you are reading these in series, #1 is moderate for language and sexual content, #2 is awful for both, but I pressed on and loved this one very, very much. Continuing to #4, hope it's as good.
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Maine kennek owner Jack Field is playing fetch with a corgi.But Tipper returns with a blood stained boating cap not the tennis ball
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Too many adjectives for my liking. Also, I found it sort of weird that a guy (the narrator) described clothing in such detail ("her turquoise bandeau...matched her earrings.")
I'll admit I didn't get past page 7.
This might be a great book for those who like both romance and mystery. I don't have much tolerance for romance novels.
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