Book Reviews of The House on Bloodhound Lane (Bloodhound, Bk 2)

The House on Bloodhound Lane (Bloodhound, Bk 2)
The House on Bloodhound Lane - Bloodhound, Bk 2
Author: Virginia Lanier
ISBN-13: 9780061010880
ISBN-10: 006101088X
Publication Date: 7/1996
Pages: 341
Rating:
  • Currently 4.5/5 Stars.
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4.5 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Harper Prism
Book Type: Hardcover
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reviewed The House on Bloodhound Lane (Bloodhound, Bk 2) on + 60 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 3
I loved this book. It was a great read. Living in south GA, I got a kick out of it. I know people like the characters, and in some of these small towns it is definately who you know!
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Helpful Score: 3
This is a great series. Takes you into the life of a search and rescue teams. In this book Jo Beth Sidden's violent ex-husband is out on parole, while she is trying to work a high-profile kidnapping that may be to cold to track. As always her secret weapon is to depend on her best friend--a one year old, blind from birth bloodhound--the only creature smart enough to save her life.
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Helpful Score: 3
I am TOTALLY hooked on this series! It's light, funny, and if you love dogs, you'll love these books!!!
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Helpful Score: 3
This was the first book I've read by Virginia Lanier. At first I thought the heroine was too hard-core feminist...but I liked her more as the book went on. I loved the multiple plot lines too! Will read more of this series.
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Helpful Score: 3
This is a great book if you love dogs, crime fighting, and the deep south all rolled into one! I highly recommend it. And, if you like it, she's written about 5 more sequels that are all equally as great.
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Helpful Score: 2
As if turning 30 isn't traumatic enough, feisty Jo Beth Sidden of Basla City, Georgia, has invested the $70,000 she inherited from her father into the business of putting 57 bloodhounds through six months of rigorous training. Six of those well-prepared hounds will go to work for law-enforcement masters. Meanwhile, Jo Beth has enough on her plate for a veritable smorgasbord during the nine eventful days of this serial-like novel. First and worst, her brutal wife-beating ex-husband Bubba has been released from prison. She was in the hospital for six months after his last rampage, which is why Jo Beth has security gates around her compound. Next, she helps her friend Sheri find a buried treasure of $100,000, left by Sheri's would-be father-in-law. And in between the pieces of Jo Beth's tell-all first-person narration there's the story of a man who's been kidnapped by his three sons and stuffed into a large container. You can figure that Jo Beth and her very talented if blind hound Bobby Lee will sniff out that man. She'll also rescue Mary Ann, a young woman who's been kidnapped by religious nutcase Preston Little; persuade a deputy not to grow and sell marijuana; and meet up with Chief Jonathan Webber of the Eppley Police Department, who takes a real shine to Jo Beth--and vice versa. A meandering, episodic second from Lanier (Death in Bloodhound Red, not reviewed), with an amiable Brett Butlerlike narrator and a cliffhanger of an ending. -- Copyright ©1996, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.
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Helpful Score: 2
AAAARRRROOO, al lher books are good reads (sometimes a bit scary this one, i think was on the scarier side) but great fun! and you learn alot about bloodhounds and tracking
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Helpful Score: 1
Very excellent series
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I love this series
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What a gifted writer! To have begun her career in her 60's and produced such a body of extremely believable work is quite an accomplishment. I wish she had a longer life whether she continued to write or not.
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Oops,didn't mean to review this book,meant to do the first one in the series.