Rochester is at it, again At a Quaker Fund Raiser, he finds a tennis shoe attached to a bone. Rick begins to call Rochester a Death Dog. Steve wants to help Rick finds information on the shoe that dates it back to the 1960s. The Friends were running an underground network helping draft dodgers reach Canada. There is a lot of information about the Quaker way. Steve must decide if he wants Lil to move in with him. He plays matchmaker and intro, Rick, to Hannah and her son. He works to convince Mick to give Joey a chance. Who is the dead boy? Steve looks for an answer, was it an accident or murder? I recommend this book and series.
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For someone like me who loves dogs, mysteries and learning about other ways of life, this book sounds right up my alley. Thanks for sharing.
If editing is important to you, a disappointment is in store. In love the material and ached to correct the mistakes. This series could have been a best seller. The author sent me the first one. I like it so well I brought the entire series. Oh, # 2 is not in ebook format so I couldn’t buy it. Each book is better and a standalone.
I need to start this series.
Don’t expect a well edited book. Just enjoy Rochester and Steve. If it had better covers and editing, I suspect it would be a best seller. The content is grrat.
Okay, I’ll keep that in mind.
Too bad about the editing. If it is an ARC, I understand, but when it is actually published, there is no excuse. I had forgotten that some of the Quakers were involved in the Underground Railroad.