Monday, November 30, 2015

Review: The Silence of The Chihuahuas by: Waverly Curtis


Title: The Silence of the Chihuahuas
Author: Waverly Curtis
Publisher: Kensington
Series: A Barking Detective Mystery #5
Pages: 288
Format: e-book ARC
Source: NetGalley & Great Escapes Book Tours

Description:

“Savvy sleuths come in small packages…”

Pepe, aspiring P.I. Geri Sullivan’s muy clever Chihuahua, has stopped talking. But why now, with Geri’s best friend Brad missing and her ditzy sister in grave danger? Geri’s lost without Pepe’s dogged detective work, especially when a client of Brad’s expires under very murky circumstances.

Luckily, Pepe turns out to be an excelente blogger, and his nose for clues soon has the detective duo chasing down leads. But they’ll have to put a bite on crime quickly, because danger’s afoot – and it’s making tracks in their direction . . .

My Thoughts:

Pepe and Geri have a private detective work they do but right now Pepe isn't talking and Geri doesn't know why and takes him to the vet to try to figure it out but when that doesn't work she finds herself looking into a mystery involving Geri's sister who calls asking for help.  It's up to Geri and Pepe to figure out what is going on that and find out what happened to best friend Brad who is missing.

This book was a fun adventure finding out how the mystery would get solved and would Pepe ever talk to Geri again or would she find out why he went silent?  Definitely a great book for mystery lovers who love animals in their mysteries!  Can't wait to see what is next for this dog raising duo!

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