Home Is Where the Bark Is–review

This is the first in a cute new series called Paws Fur Fun by Stella St. Claire who also wrote the Happy Tails Dog Walking series, which is also a good series and lots of fun. Willow, the protagonist in this book, was trying to get her grandma’s property fixed up so she could have doggie gym classes there. Despite everything that happens, it becomes a reality.

My Goodreads review:

Home is Where the Bark Is (Paws Fur Play Mysteries Book 1)Home is Where the Bark Is by Stella St. Claire

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is going to be such a fun new series! I just love that little chihuahua Telescope that Willow has! He is right in tune with her and approves or disapproves of people that come in the house. That can be very useful when trying to catch a murderer. I also love that it shows a disabled dog in a great way–he can run that agility course as well as a regular four-legged dog can.

Willow was getting her grandma’s house and dog run renovated for opening her Doggie Gym, when she and the handsome contractor found a body out in the yard. Due to lack of other suspects, her contractor, Griffin, was the main suspect. Willow’s dad was police chief and her sister, Wednesday, (I love that name, reminds me of the Addams Family, wonder if the author is a fan?) works at the police station so between them, they don’t really want to see Griffin as the suspect. Willow and Wednesday did some sleuthing and even Griffin did some. All this did pay off and the killer was revealed. It was who I thought it might be but I had no clue as to why.

The story was well-written, quick and fun to read. I’m looking forward to more in this series!

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