Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Review: Muzzled

Muzzled Muzzled by David Rosenfelt
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Andy's friend Beth has found a stray that seems to have belonged to a murder victim--in fact, the man and two of his colleagues died in an explosion a few weeks ago. But when the murdered man contacts Beth, asking for his dog back, Andy knows there must be more to the story. The man claims his life is in danger, and that's why he disappeared. As much as Andy doesn't want to get involved--anything to avoid a new case--he can't help but come to the rescue of a man who'd risk everything, even his life, to reunite with his dog.

I really enjoy this series. Andy has a sense of humour that will have you chuckling most of the time. His characters are unforgettable, from Marcus, a huge guy that you want on your side, to Hyke who is the biggest depressed, negative person you will ever meet. Lori, Andy's wife, is a former police officer and is now his investigator. She is the type of smart cookie that you want on your side.

An excellent read.

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