Review; Changing of the Guard Dog by (A Pet Palace Mystery #3) by Lane Stone

Last year I was fortunate enough to recieve an ARC of the cosy mystery Changing of the Guard Dog by (A Pet Palace Mystery #3) by Lane Stone through Netgalley. I read the book shortly afterwards, but I haven't published my review until now.

Description from Goodreads
At Buckingham Pet Palace doggy daycare, the (canine) customer is always king—but when a killer strikes, owner Sue Patrick is the queen of crime-solving . . .

An early morning beach jog takes a somber turn when Sue Patrick and Lewes, Delaware’s Chief of Police, John Turner, encounter a gentleman dressed in a tux—and indisputably dead. While John runs to alert police, Sue witnesses an interloper rummaging through the victim’s pockets, right before he’s shot by a second stranger who attacks Sue. Two trusty doggy friends come to her aid, but the shooter escapes.

The well-dressed corpse was Danish conductor Georg Nielsen, darling of the classical music world. Lewes is hosting the world debut of Georg’s new sonata, and the show must go on . . . but there’s major discord amongst the musicians. Lady Anthea, Sue’s aristocratic business partner, joins her in trying to bring the curtain down on a killer. But they’ll need four-legged help to stop a maestro murderer who seems to have orchestrated the perfect crime . . .

My Thoughts on the Book
Changing of the Guard Dog is a fun and entertaining cosy mystery, but it is a bit "busy" at times so it happened from time to time that I had a few "when did that character enter this scene?"-moments. Though I might add that I loved the dogs and that Sue had a stable relationship with her BF.

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