Yippee! I found another Dog Mystery series--and I like it.
This book kept me turning the pages because the author made it plausible that a whole handful of the characters could have been the killer.
There's some good background relationships with the narrator and her mother, and the narrator and her office mate.
I'll be looking for the rest in this series!
I like O'Kane's other series more--she's also Leslie Caine, by the way. I have a little trouble with the idea of a dog psychologist. Not that it's not believable, but that anyone would really waste their time and money on something like that. A simple dog trainer is enough, I would think.
Be that as it may, the story is pretty good here. O'Kane writes a good mystery and doesn't get carried away--as some dog mystery authors do--with thinking dogs are the most important things in the world.
The Boulder, Colorado, setting is also fun. As a one-time resident of a nearby city who worked for a time in Boulder, I enjoy the scenery in this book.