A Bloodhound to Die forLarge Print - 2004
Fans who have been howling for another chance to cheer for Jo Beth Sidden and her kennel of bloodhounds … can rejoice. -- Publishers Weekly. The perfect story to read while sitting on the porch rocker drinking sweet tea. -- Booklist. A dog trainer by profession, Jo Beth Sidden has known plenty of hardship -- and seen the law from both sides. She found the strength to flee an abusive marriage, only to be stalked by her ex-husband. When she shot him in self-defense, the guilty verdict in her trial gave birth to a new kind of terror. She owes her current freedom to a legal technicality. Now Jo Beth lives on the edge of the Okeefenokee Swamp, on call with her highly trained tracking dogs. As Jo Beth and her team cope with a couple of business-as-usual calls, Jo Beth also does some tracking on a personal matter: Someone she knows started a rumor that ended in three deaths, and Jo Beth intends to find out if the person was engaging in innocent gossip or planning a pre-meditated murder.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : Center Point Publishing, 2004, c2003.
Edition: Large print ed.
Characteristics: 255 p. ;,23 cm.