Fred and Watson are BACK! A Cozy Corgi Mystery Book 13.
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Summer in Estes Park is filled with tourists, wildlife, pastries, and scandal…
The Chipmunk Chronicles, the local newspaper, has a new gossip column—and gossip is great for the Cozy Corgi Bookshop and Bakery. Though infuriated by the way people are treated by the column’s author, Winifred Page can’t help wondering about the outrageous revelations. Fred’s grumpy corgi, Watson, however, is more concerned with an endless search for treats than the rumors flying around town.
When Gerald Jackson, a less than brilliant local lawyer, is featured in the column, people begin to suspect he’s working the town over in a quest for wealth rather than fighting for justice. As his status sinks, others are pulled under with him—people Fred loves.
For once, Fred and Watson are cajoled into investigation mode not for murder, but to help clear her friends’ names and their tarnished reputations. But while the greed and secret dealings in the dark she uncovers bring more questions than answers, murder finds a way to make an appearance after all…
(This culinary cozy mystery includes a recipe for crispy, golden empanadas.)
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Cruel Candy Cozy Corgi Mysteries #1
Traitorous Toys Cozy Corgi Mysteries #2
Bickering Birds Cozy Corgi Mysteries #3
Savage Sourdough Cozy Corgi Mysteries #4
Scornful Scones (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #5)
Chaotic Corgis (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #6)
Quarrelsome Quartz (Cosy Corgi Mysteries #7)
Wicked Wildlife (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #8)
Malevolent Magic Cozy Corgi Mysteries #9)
Killer Keys (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #10)
Perilous Pottery (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #11)
Ghastly Gadgets (Cozy Corgi Mysteries #12)
Reading the Cozy Corgi series is pretty much all you need to know about Mildred. In real life, she’s obsessed with everything she writes about: Corgis, Books, Cozy Mountain Towns, and Baked Goods. She’s not obsessed with murder, however. At least not at her own hands (nor paid for… no contract killing here). But since childhood, starting with Nancy Drew, trying to figure out who-dun-it has played a formative role in her personality. Having Fred and Watson stroll into her mind was a touch of kismet.
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