Three Woofs for the Dead, White and Blue Awarded Readers Favorite 5-Star Seal

Cheers to Readers Favorite for awarding Three Woofs for the Dead, White and Blue its five-star seal.

Reviewed By Susan Sewell for Readers' Favorite

A village is stunned when one of its prominent citizens is murdered during an Independence Day cruise in the sensational amateur sleuth mystery, Three Woofs for the Dead White and Blue (Pawtisserie Mysteries) by Laura Quinn. When her parents retired to Florida, Claire returns to her childhood home in North Haven, an affluent suburb of Chicago. After adopting a lovable Eurasier puppy with a finicky appetite, Claire creates and develops enticing and nutritional edibles that appeal to her dog. Her success with her furry baby inspires Claire to market the delectable treats she creates in her kitchen in her home town. The date for her Grand Opening is set for the Fourth of July weekend. During the festivities, a woman and her lover are poisoned. Claire's friend is the prime suspect. Because the police chief is inept and uninterested in conducting a serious investigation, the real killer is still roaming free in the community. With her friend's life at stake, Claire begins nosing around. However, with her Grand Opening looming, she must divide her time between her new business and sleuthing. What is the murderer's motive? Will they strike again?

Three Woofs for the Dead White and Blue (Pawtisserie Mysteries) by Laura Quinn is a delightful cozy mystery that is the perfect accompaniment to a cup of cafe au lait! With untimely deaths and notorious affairs of the heart, intrigue and scandals are the core of the story. The engaging characters, suspenseful plot, and smashing finale create a captivating and sensational storyline. The bakery for canine companions is a brilliant and innovative concept that is a fantastic backdrop for a modern-day Miss Marple. The Posh Pup recipes added at the end of the book are inspired, and I will definitely be using them in my kitchen! I highly recommend this remarkable "tail" to all dog lovers who are amateur sleuth mystery buffs."

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