Read Murder at the Puppy Fest (Melanie Travis, #20) Online Free - Frolicking with dogs is Melanie Travis's idea of heaven. So when she's invited to be a "puppy wrangler" at a benefit for a local dog rescue, the last thing she expects is to be chasing after a tricky killer...
As a busy mom and pedigree Poodle owner, Melanie has little time to spare. Still, she doesn't mind helping out at Puppy Fest, an annual fundraiser to benefit Puppy Posse, a local dog rescue organization. Considering the venue--Belle Haven mansion, owned by wealthy philanthropist Leo Brody--it's shaping up to be the can't-miss charity event of the summer. Unfortunately, when Melanie's breeding background lands her in the doghouse with Jane, Leo's snappy daughter who runs the rescue, Melanie finds herself simultaneously managing Puppy Fest and the millionaire's hopelessly fractious family.
But once Puppy Fest kicks off, Leo is nowhere to be found--until Melanie discovers his current mistress crouching over his dead body. According to police, the father of nine's severe nut allergy went into overdrive after he accidentally consumed a contaminated cookie. However, Libby, one of Leo's children and a friend of Melanie's Aunt Peg, believes someone deliberately put him down for good. And now, she's begging a reluctant Melanie to unearth the secrets hidden by the Brody pack. But the closer Melanie gets to fetching answers, the higher the stakes become--and the more she realizes that she's chasing a criminal who's been groomed to win...
|Title||:||Murder at the Puppy Fest (Melanie Travis, #20)|
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May 23, 2017
There's mystery, fun, and laughs in the latest Melanie Travis Mystery!
I always enjoy the snappy pace; the adventures of Melanie and her family; and the humor and wisdom Aunt Peg's visits bring to everyone. I love the family poodles, and the new fur-baby addition is a cutie. Ms. Berenson's dog sho...
June 27, 2017
A Puppy Fest sounds like a great fundraiser and a lot of fun, until the the millionaire hosting the gala is found dead and Melanie is the one that finds him with his mistress right next to his body. He appears to have had a severe allergic reaction to nuts in some cookies. (Sam...
May 21, 2017
I have long been a fan of Melanie Travis mysteries and recommend them highly. They follow Melanie's life as a single mother who has one son Davey. She is now happily married with two sons and 5 dogs. The information on dog problems and shows are outstanding. While there is a mystery in each book,...
June 19, 2017
Once again, author Laurien Berenson delivers a Best in Show winner! All your favorite characters are here – Melanie, Sam, Aunt Peg, the Poodles and the boys. Davey and Kevin are becoming their own characters now as they’re growing up a bit, and both participate more in this mystery, which is fun!...
July 31, 2017
I LOVE this series! As a faithful reader, this series has kept me entertained from day one. These books are great for anyone interested in dog shows or mysteries and keep you guessing till the last page. The characters are vivid and seem to jump right off the page. This series is great for fillin...
May 28, 2017
Melanie Travis is strong, independent character and in book 20 (20 books! amazing), she continues to be funny, loyal and one of my favorite protagonists.
Puppy Fest is an annual charity event that the Brody family take very seriously. When Melanie returns a favor by volunteering at the event, she...
July 08, 2017
I love her books.
I enjoyed this book. I just wish the ending was better. The ending felt rushed and unfinished. I can't wait till the next book.
June 05, 2017
**I voluntarily read this ARC**
I definitely have mixed feelings about this one. Overall it was interesting, and I loved Kevin and the dogs. The mystery was really good until it got to the motive. I also really didn't like Aunt Peg's attitude towards mutts, but I liked that pound puppies were a bi...
June 28, 2017
Murder at the Puppy Fest by Laurien Berenson is the twentieth book in A Melanie Travis Canine Mystery series. Melanie Travis is driving her oldest son, Davey home from soccer practice when they see a car toss a puppy out. The pair stop and rescue the poor pooch who gets named Bud by the time they...
July 13, 2017
This book was my best friend for the time of reading it. I loved all the puppy antics, the conversations and dialogue, plus the mystery was great too! So come have a barking good time reading this book.
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