Monday, April 12, 2010

Monday Mystery Theme - Dogs in Mysteries

In a previous post, I gave the feline the highlight so I thought it only fair that I give the dog (man's best friend) equal time. Here is what I have found about dogs in mysteries.

From Dog Hobbyist - http://www.doghobbyist.com/articles/DogMysteries.html.

From the Cozy Mystery List Blog - http://www.cozy-mystery.com/blog/dogs-can-be-cozy-too-dog-mysteries.html.

From Dena P's Amazon List - http://www.amazon.com/My-Favorite-Dog-Mysteries/lm/12HQBGD52UTLH.

From Williamsburg Regional Library - http://www.wrl.org/bookweb/booklists/dogs.html.

I am sure there are a WHOLE LOTS MORE!! Let me know if you have a favorite one.

5 comments:

JenningsJunk said...

FUN theme this week!! I just glanced through all the links and know I'll go back and take more time checking out of these titles!!

Meadowview Thymes said...

You know I love the "Cat who.." mysteries by Lilian Jackson Braun. There are about 29 of them. She had started the 30th..then just disappeared. Well, I think she must have passed away as she was old, but almost a recluse so I have never been able to find out what happened to her.

Book Dilettante said...

I like Susan Conant and the bloodhound mysteries of the late Virginia Lanier.

Book Dilettante

Cozy in Texas said...

There is a wonderful collection of "dog" short stories written by several authors - J.A. Jance, Carole Nelson Douglas were two of the authors. I can't remember the name of the collection though.
Ann
Ann Summerville
Cozy In Texas

misterreereeder said...

Thanks for the latest update Alice. I've read several series by J.A.Jance but have not read any short stories. I will have to keep my eyes open.