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Let Loose: Dusty Deals Mystery Series: Book 4 by [Davies, Rae, Devoti, Lori]
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4.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews
Book 4 of 5 in Dusty Deals Mystery Series (5 Book Series)
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 3039 KB
  • Print Length: 217 pages
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  • Publisher: Lead Dog Books (3 Mar. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00IROM6BC
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I have read all off the dusty deals books and have laughed throw all of them and then read them again .I hope there are more to come .!
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I've read all 4 books their bril, funny and I'd recommend all 4 to anyone
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Well worth a read
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5.0 out of 5 stars I Get A Kick Out Of These 8 Mar. 2014
By Doc - Published on Amazon.com
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These are not for everyone but if you like light and humorous mysteries, I think you will enjoy this series. The books center around Lucy who is the owner of a second hand shop/antique store and her exploits. She is a little bit of a ditz and quite a bit of a snoop and the combination sets up the entertainment found in this book. Then of course there is her dog Kiska (Malamute) who seems to mirror Lucy. Hadn't really thought of it before but some of her antics would be suitable for the old "I Love Lucy" show.

I tend to keep my reviews spoiler free so I won't go into detail on the plot of this one. I will tell you it is best to read them in order if you are borderline OCD like me.

Rae Davies is the pen name of author Lori Devoti who writes mostly paranormal novels under that name. I recently found an online newspaper she puts out as well on mysteries called. "Comic and Cozy Mysteries" I subscribed through her website.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Everything you'd want in a cozy mystery! 2 May 2014
By laurathomas61 - Published on Amazon.com
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I knew Lucy was in trouble the minute she locked onto the warm, toffee colored eyes of Martin. What’s a girl to do? She already had a great boyfriend in Peter, a police detective.

Martin came to her rescue when she tripped and rolled down the hill in the minus 30 degrees cold while trying to find her Malamute, Kiska. Before she could stop herself, she volunteered for the Silver Trail dogsled race, which was being held in her town of Helena, Montana. I could see all kinds of delicious trouble brewing.

Lucy owns Dusty Deals, an antique store, with her self-proclaimed partner Phyllis and employee, Betty, who actually run it more than she does. These two were hilarious. Always volunteering her for this and that, angling to make her a who’s who in Helena.

At the fundraiser, Lucy arrives sporting her new do, blue hair courtesy of an episode involving a matchmaking biddy at the hair parlor. As the trail route is revealed, Frank, a member of the Skyers, a snowmobile club, objects, claiming part of the route is theirs and the planned route will have to be changed. Red, the trail organizer, manages to deflect Frank until after the presentation, where they are seen in heated debate. Seems like trouble has arrived in Helena.

The next morning, Lucy’s morning coffee is interrupted by the howls of the hounds from hell. Rushing to the window, she spies a team of sled dogs running loose. Being a dog lover, she lures the team into her jeep with some hotdogs and heads to their kennels to return them safe and sound.

When she arrives at the truck, all the kennel doors are open. This couldn’t be an accident. After she stumbles upon Red, she’s sure of it. The bullet hole in the back of his head indicates murder has come to her town.

The rash of snowmobile thefts and the dispute over the trail route might be connected and Lucy’s previous job at The Helena Daily News comes into play with her nose for ferreting out stories. Let’s just hope her snooping doesn’t put her in the killers crosshairs.

Romance, dogs, murder, and humor. What more could I ask for in a cozy mystery.

The romance is interesting. Enter Martin, the ruggedly handsome musher, and Peter, the absent boyfriend. Hmm…While the cat’s away…

The mysteries were fun to follow. I was curious whether the snowmobile thefts and the dispute over the trail route were connected. Was there a saboteur and a murderer working together? Was there just one culprit? What there was, was plenty of suspects and a heck of a good time sorting them out.

Lots of local color and flamboyant characters along with comic relief made this a truly fun cozy mystery. I already knew it would be when I spotted the adorable cover art. You can be sure I’ll be reading more of this series.

I received this book for my honest review. I'll happily buy more of this series.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Just one day... 8 Mar. 2014
By Kez - Published on Amazon.com
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Just one day...that's all it took me to get through this book because it's awesome! I love this series! Our heroine Lucy is a total ditz but she's smart, loyal and determined and she makes a great team with her faithful malamute sidekick, Kiska. Lucy has it bad for Detective Peter and is feeling a bit lonely whilst he is working 24-7 but there is excitement around town as a famous sled-dog race is in the wind and it's course will actually run past Lucy's house. Naturally though, murder and mayhem reign supreme in Lucy's world but once again she doggedly (pun intended) sticks her nose in where it's not wanted to solve the crime. As I live in a warm climate I just can't get my head around sled-dog racing but Rae Davies' wonderful, descriptive writing made me feel like I was actually there. Lucy gets the bag guy in the end with more than a little help from her man. I belive there is a novella in the works and I can't wait for it. I also look forward to more full-length novels featuring Lucy and the gang.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Looking forward to book 5 30 April 2014
By P. Lach - Published on Amazon.com
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I posted a review on the first three books of the series (reviewing them as a group). However I wanted to review this last (and my favorite) separately. I love mysteries, especially when I can't solve them myself halfway through the book. This one kept me intrigued and guessing wrong--perfect! I also enjoy the relationships our heroine has, although I think that more needs to happen with her and Detective Blake other than spoiled plans. Best of all, the dogs and their personalities just shine. More malamute and husky involvement would make the next book just perfect. Hope you give the books a try and enjoy them as much as I have.
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5.0 out of 5 stars There's always room for a sled dog team in any fosters heart. 31 Mar. 2014
By Carolyn G. Manuel - Published on Amazon.com
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Just love the goings on in Halena, Montana. The battle between dog sledders and ski mobiles is never a good thing but this one may be deadly. A house with a Malamute and eight Huskies is ofte a house with eight too many dogs but somehow it works out. And it pays to let a detective who may be taking you for granted that there is competition out there. A fast and fun ride.
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