Monday, March 12, 2018

Requiem for a Rescue Dog Queen by MK Scott

Requiem for A Rescue Dog Queen (The Talking Dog Detective Agency, #2)Book Description:
Pre-school teacher turned private eye Nala Bonne, and her opinionated dog, Max, have a nose for evil doings in Circle City. They’ve recently gone to the dogs, make that rescue dogs. Not everyone in Indianapolis has a soft spot for a homeless pup. Someone has it out for the dogs and the people who love them. A midnight call jolts Nala and Max into action as they rush to the aid of a local rescue dog queen, but it may already be too late.

My Thoughts:
Ok, this was a fun mystery.  Nala is a PI, but business is slow so she is still subbing as a pre-school teacher.  I liked how she was instantly ready to help when her friend called and said that she was needed.  Fiona, the now missing shelter owner, wasn't liked by many and the police don't see any need to investigate.  
I loved that there were so many dogs in this story.  Max was, of course, my favorite.  He talks!  Who wouldn't love it if their dog could talk!?! I also enjoyed the family interactions and that Nala had them to go to.  Max being trained by Nala's dad gives him skills for Nala's PI business.  The other characters brought in just make the book.  Overall, it was a really enjoyable book!
It was a 4/5 for me.  I want to see more from this author soon!

Thank you to the author/publisher for the copy of this book (via PUYB).  I received this book in exchange for an honest review and the opinions stated above are 100% mine.