In the third pet palace mystery, Changing of the Guard Dog, 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. At Buckingham Pet Palace doggy daycare, the (canine) customer is always king—but when a killer strikes, Sue Patrick and Lady Anthea are the queens of crime-solving. Still they’ll need four-legged help to stop a maestro murderer who seems to have orchestrated the perfect crime . . .
In the second Pet Palace Mystery, Sue and Lewes police chief John Turner head for the high seas to rescue a petrified pug stranded at a lighthouse in the Delaware Bay. Were they lured away for a freshly murdered body to get dumped in her driveway? Aided by Lady Anthea Fitzwalter, her practically royal business partner from across the pond, Sue sniffs out clues about the yappy pug with a complicated history in hopes of IDing the culprit. As the investigation leads them back to the bay, the ladies soon find themselves immersed in a case trickier than a canine agility course.
In the first Pet Palace Mystery, Stay Calm and Collie On, Lane Stone introduces Sue Patrick and Lady Anthea, two friends and co-owners of an upscale doggie resort. The very British and proper lover-of-fine arts Lady Anthea and the all-American Elvis fan Sue Patrick couldn’t be more different from one another, but they work well together because of their differences rather than in spite of them. And it’s a good thing they do because they suddenly find themselves having to add “murder sleuths” to their resumes when the driver of their pet limo is found killed. Now they have to get to the bottom of his murder not only to save the reputation of the Buckingham Pet Palace – but also their lives!
Praise for STAY CALM AND COLLIE ON
“A highly entertaining read.” —Fresh Fiction
“Full of fun and laughter.” —Kings River Life