The Purloined Poodle by Kevin Hearne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This novella was a pleasant Little trip to Portland, full of murder, intrigue, and lost doggies... But particular to this series, we don't really care much about when people die. It's really all about the dogs.
You know those traditional mystery novels where the main character's girlfriend enters into the picture and begs the MC to help with that personal project that becomes one nightmare after another? Well scrap the girlfriend. The MC is the dog and he's enjoining his Druid meat-provider, read Doggie-friend, to transform his way away from a vampire war and right into the dark, dark world of poodle-napping and fixing a bit of doggie nervousness.
Hey! This is great! And it's also delightfully funny and a very nice respite from all the hellish goings-on from before.
The best parts are all the witty repartees. ;)
Definitely a light repast, but also a wonderful return to a dog and his best friend. :)
Thanks to Netgalley for the Arc!
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