Cry Woof (Dog and His Girl Mysteries)

In the third installment of A Dog and His Girl Mysteries, things are going to the cats! Dodge and Cassie can't visit the senior center or take a walk without landing in a mystery or two. Something's up with the vitamins some people in town are taking--and something doesn't seem right about an eccentric neighbor's mysterious ""fall"" that leaves thirteen pets in need of homes. The former K-9 and his girl will leave no ladder unclimbed or rosebush uninvestigated to get to the bottom of the case!
Library Binding, 208 pages
Published on September 24, 2013 by Turtleback
ISBN-10: 0606323872
ISBN-13: 9780606323871
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  • bamababy22
    bamababy22Monday, November 21, 2016 at 11:26 am55 stars
    You should read "Cry Woof" because in every chapter you see it from different points of view. The biggest suspect is really a RED HERRING!! It will have you on the edge of your seat because there are very big turning points and many red herrings. Every clue is related to a common object and two main suspects would be Erica Bloom and Bill Heinz, both neighbors of the victim. These are the reasons why you should read Cry Woof!