Download PDF by Waverly Curtis: A Chihuahua in Every Stocking (Barking Detective Mysteries
By Waverly Curtis
Circulate over, Rudolph -- permit Pepe lead the way!
Who may scouse borrow a bit girl's puppy, correct sooner than Christmas? After seeing younger Sophie's heartbreaking tale at the information, P.I. Geri Sullivan and Pepe--her conversing Chihuahua--vow to rescue this bonita dogs named Chiquita. yet monitoring the pooch's odor via a Pacific Northwest wintry weather wonderland isn't effortless, particularly whilst the path results in an elf who's been mortally mauled! Geri and Pepe needs to retailer little Sophie's Christmas and locate this muy naughty dognapper . . . and fan the flames of a bit Christmas magic alongside the way!
Praise for the Barking Detective Mysteries
"Pepe is a delight!" --RT e-book stories (4 stars)
"Move over, Scooby-Doo, there's a brand new puppy in town!" --Jennie Bentley
"A enjoyable twist at the common P.I. partnership." --Simon Wood
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A Chihuahua in Every Stocking (Barking Detective Mysteries Series, Book 4) by Waverly Curtis