Review; Enforcing the Paw (Paw Enforcement #6) by Diane Kelly

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve a press copy of the cosy mystery Enforcing the Paw (Paw Enforcement #6) by Diane Kelly through Netgalley. I read it shortly afterwards and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
When a case of he-said/she-said turns criminal, it s up to Megan Luz and her devoted K-9 to dig for the truth. . .

A TAIL OF TWO LOVERS
When relationships go south, some people just can t or won t let go. When Fort Worth Police Officer Megan Luz and her pawed partner Brigit investigate a series of stalking incidents involving a couple who recently broke up, their detective powers are put to the test. Is this a case of a controlling creep who refuses to accept rejection or one about a woman scorned whose fury has been unleashed?

WHO END UP IN THE DOGHOUSE. . .
As hostilities escalate between the former lovers, the situation goes from romantically dysfunctional to downright dangerous. He insists his former flame has become a crazy ex-girlfriend intent on vengeance. She alleges that he is a master of manipulation and lays blame entirely at his feet. Who s the culprit and who s the victim? Can Megan and Brigit sniff out the truth. . .before somebody ends up dead?

Enforcing the Paw is part of Diane Kelly's fun and smart Paw Enforcement series.

My Thoughts on the Book
Enforcing the Paw is an engaging and entertaining book. Even though it was just two suspects in this mystery, one had to keep guessing for quite a while to figure it out. The Tootsie Pop bandit was also a fun subplot. What I also really liked about this book, was the alternate chapters, focusing on Megan, Brigit and The Devoted One, so one could get into the head of all three of them. It was especially fun with Brigit, the German Shepherd. I suspect I'm not the only one who has thought "if only dogs could talk human".

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