Thursday, March 1, 2018

Six Dogs 'Till Sunday-Great Escapes Tour Review/Giveaway

Six Dogs ’til Sunday (A Mae December Mystery)
Cozy Mystery
6th in Series
Setting – Tennessee
Camel Press
Paperback Release (March 1, 2018)
Digital Release (February 15, 2018)
Paperback: 256 pages
ISBN-13: 978-1603812504
Digital ASIN: B077KFFH52
About the book 
It’s January in Rosedale, Tennessee, and Mae December is preparing for her March wedding to Sheriff Ben Bradley. Mae, who boards dogs for a living, is also busy tending to her pregnant dog and scouting locations for the movie featuring the music of her former fiancé Noah West, who died in a car accident four years earlier. Fortunately, the picturesque old house at the end of Little Chapel Road is for rent.
Just as filming is about to begin, a man is shot on the set, but manages to drive himself to the hospital, where he dies before he can ID his killer. He was a member of the film crew, but also a local, and circumstances point to his being a confidential informant for Ben’s predecessor, Sheriff Trey Cantrell, also the owner of the house turned movie set. At the time of the shooting, the victim had been stealing a large sum of money from a safe on the premises. Whose money is it, and where does it come from?
The Rosedale Sheriff’s Office not only has another murder case on its hands, but one that will dredge up a past long buried. How far will the guilty parties go to protect their secrets?
And others are saying
The Mae December mysteries is one of the best series for character development that I’ve come across.
~The Power of Words
A complicated plot involving intertwined crimes both past and present. Intriguing psychological content and police procedural elements make this a very interesting mystery to untangle.
~Laura’s Interests
Six Dogs grabbed me from the prologue. . . the point where your heart starts beating a little faster in anticipation. And the text excellently fulfills the prologue’s promise.
~Back Porchervations
This mystery has many characters who weave nicely into Mae’s past and present. Because the story flows from character to character there are some interesting developments in both character and the plot. Great mystery!
~Author Teresa Trent
And I thought
This one takes some concentration at least for me it did.  
There are alot of characters to get to know.  
Having stepped in at book 6 may have been a bit of a drawback for me.  I just had a hard time getting into the story.  Honestly starting with the Prologue I was confused.
 Each chapter is told by a different character including Mae her fiance' Ben.  Mae's mother Suzanne and a police detective named 
Wayne.  And there are a lot of dogs in the story.  

 A bit of a mystery or thriller aspect is introduced in the first chapter when a stranger drives past Mae on the road.  Suzanne's mom and her husband see the same stranger in chapter 2.
There story picks up fairly quickly and a few more sub-characters are introduced here and there. 
All in all once I manged to get everyone straight.  And get their 
purpose in the plot I began to get into the story.  
I enjoyed the characters each did lend a part to the story. 

I received a complimentary copy from Great Escapes Tours.
This review will appear on retail sites and Good Reads. 

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