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Heir of the Dog by Judi McCoy
Professional dog walker Ellie Engleman is more than just a pal to her pooches – she can also read their minds. When Ellie and her terrier mix Rudy find the corpse of a troubled-but-harmless park-dwellerin Central Park, the dog walker becomes a prime suspect for murder.

When it turns out Rudy is the sole beneficiary of the victim’s inheritance, Ellie, Rudy, and Detective Sam Ryder follow the trail of clues to a key to a safety deposit box that just might point to the motive and help them sniff out the real killer.

Death in Show by Judi McCoy
Professional dog walker Ellie Engleman doesn’t know much about the ins and outs of dog shows. But when one handler is killed, Ellie will learn that it’s a dog-eat-dog world. Especially since the killer might now have it out for her. She and her sometime boyfriend, Detective Sam Ryder, will have to dig up the truth faster than a speeding bulldog…

Begging for Trouble by Judi McCoy
When Ellie, New York City’s most enterprising dog walker, goes to see one of her clients perform in a show, the screams aren’t just for the fantastic dance numbers…

A murder happens backstage, and the only witness is a dog named Bitsy. Taking Bitsy to a dog psychic might not be standard procedure, but it may stop a killer from biting again.

Till Death Do Us Bark by Judi McCoy
Professional dog walker Ellie Engleman may have a psychic connection with dogs, but she was hoping she would not get roped into dealing with the wet-nosed guests at the Hamptons wedding she’s been invited to. But soon she’s chasing her tail over trouble of the two-legged variety. Before the bride can say, “I do,” someone is murdered. And Ellie and her yorkiepoo Rudy must put their noses to the ground to sniff out the killer.

Fashion Faux Paw by Judi McCoy
It’s Fashion Week in New York and Ellie’s in charge of the dogs’ modeling outfits that match their mommy-models for a fashion competition. But before the first round closes, one of the designers drops dead of anaphylactic shock, her Epipen useless because someone’s emptied it.

The victim’s peanut allergy was well-known, so Ellie and her dog Rudy must comb through the brash designer’s rivals, colleagues, and many enemies to discover who was so desperate that she committed the ultimate crime of fashion.

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