Paws for Death

By Susan Union

Crime & mystery | eBook


On the cusp of turning thirty, San Diego vet-tech Randi Sterling yearns to heal her wounded family relationships, but when her mother barges into her life unannounced, bringing her yappy, spoiled little dog with her, and forcing her new-found passion for dog agility upon her, Randi finds herself biting her tongue and keeping her feelings leashed. Things get worse when her mother’s best friend drops dead competing on course for an important agility championship, and her mother pressures Randi to investigate her death. Randi agrees, but soon finds out all is not what it seems with her mother and her motives. While struggling to mend fences and repair broken hearts, Randi becomes enmeshed in an ordeal with far more obstacles than one normally finds in the agility ring—a love triangle, a lesbian lover, jealous competitors, and a fight over a beloved Border Collie. Everything takes a turn for the worse when the police come looking for her mother as a suspect in what they believe to be the murder of her best friend. Randi has a hunch her mother is being framed and fights to prove the accusations against her are unfounded. With the help of her hunky, yet unavailable, veterinarian boss, Randi attains a breakthrough on the killer’s identity, but as soon as the possibility of clearing her mother and healing their relationship could become reality, her mother and her little dog vanish without a trace. Will Randi find her mother before she falls prey to a ruthless killer, or will Randi become the next murder victim?


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On the cusp of turning thirty, San Diego vet-tech Randi Sterling yearns to heal her wounded family relationships, but when her mother barges into her life unannounced, bringing her yappy, spoiled little dog with her, and forcing her new-found passion for dog agility upon her, Randi finds herself biting her tongue and keeping her feelings leashed. Things get worse when her mother’s best friend drops dead competing on course for an important agility championship, and her mother pressures Randi to investigate her death. Randi agrees, but soon finds out all is not what it seems with her mother and her motives. While struggling to mend fences and repair broken hearts, Randi becomes enmeshed in an ordeal with far more obstacles than one normally finds in the agility ring—a love triangle, a lesbi...


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Susan Union was fortunate to grow up in the mountains above Boulder, Colorado, where she spent her summer days galloping bareback on her pony. Though fair-skinned, she rode in moccasins and wished her hair was blue-black. She pretended to be Native American but discovered you cannot make pemmican by pounding chokecherries into strips of beef jerky. When she wasn't hanging out with her pony she had her nose in the latest Nancy Drew. Later, she fell in love with Dick Francis, Sue Grafton and Tony Hillerman. In order to emulate her mystery idols, she turned to writing full-time, but still can be found at the barn--although now you'll find her riding in a saddle on a full-sized horse. Unfortunately, her hair is still blonde. The first book in her Randi Sterling Mystery series, Rode to Death, is available in paperback and in Kindle format on Amazon. The second book, Paws for Death, is now available in Kindle format. To learn more about Susan, visit www.susanunion.com.


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Susan Union was fortunate to grow up in the mountains above Boulder, Colorado, where she spent her summer days galloping bareback on her pony. Though fair-skinned, she rode in moccasins and wished her hair was blue-black. She pretended to be Native American but discovered you cannot make pemmican by pounding chokecherries into strips of beef jerky. When she wasn't hanging out with her pony she had...


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