The Case of the Hound Who Didn't Stay

The Second Snoopypuss Mystery

by Georgann Prochaska

 

Book Details

Is Dingle Grove as clean-scrubbed as people believe?

Female sleuths, Alice and Lena are once again snooping into lives, this time joined by Audrey the bloodhound. An elderly man of the Midwest town of Dingle Grove disappears, and the hound finds him digging in an open field, weeping. As Alice signals her dog it's time to leave, Audrey lies down nearby, her jaw flat against the earth. Alice recognizes the expression in her dog's eyes, the sad look more intense than the one Audrey reserves for dead squirrels and night crawlers. Unsure of her dog's ability to find a cadaver, Alice questions whether she should alert the police to her suspicions. Will her report create needless trouble for the old man with dementia? Residents help Alice unravel the buried secrets involving an obsession with outlaws and gangsters.

 

About the Author

Georgann Prochaska

Georgann Prochaska lives outside of Chicago. After retiring from teaching, Georgann became a caregiver for her mother, an experience she wrote about in a memoir, On Little Cat Feet. Revisiting memories of family led to her writing mysteries. The Case of the Girl Who Didn't Smile is the first of the Snoopypuss series and was named as one of the ten finalists in the 2015 Lascaux Prize. Her blog appears at weavingmysteries.blogspot.com a site for secrets, family, and friendships.

Also by Georgann Prochaska

On Little Cat Feet
The Case of the Girl Who Didn't Smile
The Case of the Ex Who Plotted Revenge
Murder Comes To The Vineyard
Murder Comes to Grindstone
 

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