In the second of the Ruggles Road Rescue series, the shelter struggles with an over abundance of black cats. Meanwhile, attempts to find a forever home for Gregory, the yellow dog, hit a snag and, the volunteers discover they have one too many cats in the cat house, or is it one too few?
In the first of a new novella series by JT Moss, The Yellow Dog tells the story of Jess, a young woman who finds an injured yellow Lab and brings it to Ruggles Road Rescue. Though trying not to get too involved, she finds herself being drawn into the world of the animal shelter and the mystery behind the abandoned yellow dog.
At sixty-three, former jazz musician Wade Lovett finds himself something of a trailer park Lothario carrying on affairs with three different women. But when circumstances prompt Carol Smitzky to make a compelling case for a marriage arrangement, he agrees. The next morning he visits girlfriend number two, Peggy MacCallister, to tell her the news—and finds her lying dead on her kitchen floor. Shortly after Peggy’s death, Wade is surprised to learn that she left him guardianship of her prized cat, Prince Albert. Even more surprising, she named Wade as beneficiary of her life insurance, which provokes her son to demand an autopsy. As a natural death seems less and less likely, Wade becomes the prime suspect in her murder forcing him to investigate the crime himself. Was Peggy killed by one of her two children, the park manager, a mystery second boyfriend, or was it Wade’s third paramour, Sue Mullins?
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