By Susan Conant
Holly Winter's existence goes to the canine, yet that is simply wonderful together with her. She's a feisty, 30-something dog-lover, and her services within the breeding, education, and taking care of canine is only one of her inbred skills. She's additionally a grand champion at monitoring down criminals of the two-legged style. while a puppy proprietor is murdered at a coaching consultation, Holly enlists the victim's sizeable Malamute to discover the killer.
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Two hundred is a perfect score in obedience. She was showing all the time, and she actually did have a couple of200s, which is, how can I explain it? It’s a little like Nadia scoring 10. “Like Bill Rogers in the old days,” Kevin suggested. “Sort of, but everyone likes him. “Right. That’s just what Margaret isn’t. She wins, nobody likes her. She loses, nobody likes her. But she doesn’t lose a lot, and when the club hired her, she’d been winning big. In obedience. But she’d also been showing in breed, and she’d been doing pretty well there, too.
The Brattle Street end of Appleton Street is posh. It’s even more posh than Brattle Street because Brattle Street, for all its mansions, carries plenty of traffic to and from Harvard Square, while Appleton Street is, by Cambridge standards, quiet. Until that night, Dr. Stanton lived on Appleton Street, and not at the humble end. The only reason I could afford a house in Cambridge at all was that Buck had helped me. Even though he thinks I ought to move back to Maine, he was so outraged when I couldn’t find an apartment where I could keep a dog that he offered to make a down payment to establish a zone of canine liberation.
Hal, who must have thought I was after him, scuttled off toward the playground that’s next to the armory. In Cambridge, a homeless guy who drinks isn’t necessarily paranoid if he thinks that people are after him. “He’s not there,” Gerry called from the doorway, and I reversed my direction. Gerry, on principle, scanned the lawn and must have noticed that the gate was open, the chain link gate to the right of the entrance if you’re facing the building. I saw Gerry bend over, and when I heard his sick groan, I started running.
A New Leash on Death by Susan Conant