Muddy Mouth

Muddy Mouth What do a neighborhood parade a group of knitting librarians and feral cats have to do with a missing author Northside s Fourth of July parade is famous and this year the dog park gang is trainin

  • Title: Muddy Mouth
  • Author: C.A. Newsome
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • What do a neighborhood parade, a group of knitting librarians and 80 feral cats have to do with a missing author Northside s Fourth of July parade is famous, and this year the dog park gang is training their fur babies to participate while Lia builds a float promoting local best selling author Lucas Cross When Lucas disappears at a book convention, the entire world is waWhat do a neighborhood parade, a group of knitting librarians and 80 feral cats have to do with a missing author Northside s Fourth of July parade is famous, and this year the dog park gang is training their fur babies to participate while Lia builds a float promoting local best selling author Lucas Cross When Lucas disappears at a book convention, the entire world is watching Then attacks occur against the ladies of Fiber and Snark, the cat rescuing knitting club that manages his career Lia is the only one they can trust to discover the truth while protecting their secrets It s the dog park gang to the rescue But can Lia maintain her deepening relationship with Peter when she s hiding something so important from him

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    About "C.A. Newsome"

    1. C.A. Newsome

      C A Carol Ann Newsome writes the Lia Anderson Dog Park Mysteries, a series of fun, romantic suspense mystery novels which are inspired by and centered around her mornings at the Mount Airy Dog Park with her trio of rescues rowdy hooligans.A life long lover of fiction, Carol turned to books and audiobooks during her decade long recovery from a head injury that occurred when she and her bike were struck by a car Years of immersing herself in popular fiction lead to imagining the book she wanted to read, and wondering if she could actually write it.She is also an artist with an M.F.A from the University of Cincinnati You ll see portraits of some of her favorite four footed friends on the covers of her books She enjoys creating community based public artworks As an artist, she is best known for her New Leaf Global Good Will Guerrilla Art Project.Her other interests include astrology, raw food and all forms of psychic phenomena She likes to sing to her dogs The dogs are the only ones who like to listen.

    826 thoughts on “Muddy Mouth”

    1. I picked this up at the Cincinnati Books By Banks last year and I loved it! This isn't the first in the series, I distinctly remember the author talking me into not starting with the first but the latest. I will go back and read them all. The local setting was really fun and the story line led me to a very satisfying mystery murder ending. Although the characters and places might be reoccurring I loved that the story didn't end on a cliff hanger.


    2. Excellent storytelling, easy to visualize 5 StarsMuddy MouthA Must read for dog lovers.Thoroughly enjoyable read, well defined and developed characters. Excellent storytelling, easy to visualize. A group of dog walkers meeting in a park, described so vividly you are sitting on the table with them.Light entertaining whodunit, with a splash of romance. I can’t wait to see what happens to Lia and Peter, and the rest of the gang.But to me the Real Stars are the wonderful dogs. I am panting expecta [...]


    3. Lia Anderson is back with another murder mystery about to absorb the intelligence, nosiness, and human concern of herself and her dog park friends.A local author has disappeared from a literary convention in Texas, just as Lia is building a float in his honor for a parade at home. It appears that he's been kidnapped, but there are no real clues leading the police anywhere. And obviously it has nothing to do with the Cincinnati police or the Mt. Airy Dog Park gang, right?Except that Lucas Cross, [...]


    4. Being a dog lover I love this series. I get a bit annoyed how the heroine never listens to her boyfriend about interfering in dangerous situations - but that's us women - we are nosey and can't sit back and wait for the slow gears of bureaucracy to crank round ha ha. I like the way the lives of the dog owners are all intertwined but not nauseatingly so, and the dogs antics are always a joy to read about. A very good read if you like a light who-dunnit in between heavier reading like me.


    5. This was a good mystery with some interesting twists. I am new to this series, but enjoyed getting to know the characters in the story. The character development was such that I had no trouble following the story without having read any of the previous books. The mystery kept me guessing, and I enjoyed the dogs and cats in the story.


    6. This review is from: Muddy Mouth: A Dog Park Mystery (Lia Anderson Dog Park Mysteries Book 5) (Kindle Edition)C A Newsome has given us another clean, funny mystery. I have read all of the Dog Park booksand have enjoyed each and every one of them. Always look forward to the next book.Great reading,Thanks


    7. I have read all of Carol's Dog Park series and this is the best to date. I have thoroughly enjoyed the whole series.


    8. Another great book in the Tales of the Dog Park crime fighters. Good read, great Characters and good twists. Keeps you guessing until the end!



    9. Good book, surprise endingI enjoyed this installment of Dog Park Mysteries a lot. The ending was very clever, I was quite surprised with the unusual "escape plan"


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