Once again Holly Winter is caught up in a mystery, one she is sure she can solve if she can just identify the mystery malamute. And that is what's fun about Susan Conant's books, dogs are the center of the universe.
This time Holly Winter is faced with a missing dog, a dead woman apparently named Holly Winter, and yet another Holly Winter who hates dogs and thinks our Holly is a very suspicious character.
I don't read these books for the mystery. I read them for the dogs and the dog centered philosophy. But this mystery is challenging and the dogs are, as always, wonderful.
If you love dogs, do not miss this book. If you like mysteries, give it a try.
All Shots was not what I expected..... It was WAY better! I thought it would be a good dog book. Instead its a murder mystery book with a dog "sidekick". It could be a real life scenario. It was fantastic.
Holly Winter is a dog trainer; she trains malamutes. When a corpse shows up, also named Holly Winter, confusion sets in. Then a third person named Holly shows up. Lost dogs, the corpse, a Harley-riding stranger, and a dog walker all are involved in the confusion.