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$25 Amazon/PP-1-WW-Kelly and the Dog Park (Cedar Bay Cozy #19) -Dianne Harman Ends 9/1

Monday, August 17, 2020


Cash, Kelly's son has returned from the Marines with his guard dog Wicked. He is running for Senator and is very busy with that but first he is getting married!! Kelly is thrilled!! Cash's ring bearer is his dog Wicked!!

Sheriff Mike, Kelly's husband, is thrilled also-but suddenly gets some very bad news--there are suddenly drugs in their little town. There had never been any there before! He works with the Superintendent of Schools to try and find out who is selling drugs to middle school children! Then he gets even worse news--a guy he helped put away is now free and living in their town with his cell mate.

Cash is in Hawaii on his honeymoon but is called back by a friend when Kelly sets herself up as bait in defiance of Mike!! Rebel. Kelly's dog has already ascertained that there are drugs in the collars of one of the dogs in the dog park.

I love the solution the town has adopted to stop the children from obtaining drugs--it almost had the drug dealers heading to another town-if it wasn't for revenge on one of their minds. I really love how these two dogs team up to catch the culprits and free Kelly!

This one will keep you on your toes for sure and reading from beginning to end. If course the recipes at the end sound really good as well!!


About the Book: (from Amazon)

Revenge is a powerful motive for murder. But then again, so is greed!

The combination of illegal drugs, children, and dogs Is not good for any living being.

Neither is cutting your honeymoon short when your loved one’s lives are threatened!

Join Kelly, Mike, and Cash along with their dogs, Wicked and Rebel, as they search for the people who are responsible for children having to go into a drug rehabilitation program, to say nothing of their plans to seriously harm Sheriff Mike and his family.

This is the 19th book in the Cedar Bay Cozy Mystery Series by a USA Today Bestselling Author and Amazon All-Star.



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USA TODAY bestselling author and seven time Amazon All Star Author, Dianne Harman, draws her stories and characters from a diverse business and personal background. She owned a national antique and art appraisal business for many years, left that industry, and opened two yoga centers where she taught and certified yoga instructors. She's traveled extensively throughout the world and loves nothing more than cooking, playing backgammon with her husband, Tom, and throwing the ball for their dog, Kelly.

Being a dog lover and having attended numerous cooking schools, she couldn't resist writing about food and dogs. Dianne is the author of several cozy mystery series: Cedar Bay, Liz Lucas, High Desert, Midwest, Jack Trout, and the Northwest. Each of these books contains recipes from her travels. Alexis, the first book in the Midlife Journey Series was also recently published. She's the author of the award-winning suspenseful Coyote Series.

Murder in the Pearl District was chosen by Amazon to be one of their Mystery books in their October, 2016 homage of great writing by independent authors and several of her books have been chosen by them as PRIME books!

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46 comments :

rajee said...

I call the police to protect others

Peggy said...

I am not sure I would know about all that but I would look to see where I could help my commuity.

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VickieC said...

it is rampant in our town,an if i knew that my child had a problem i would put them in rehab and remove them from that enviroment anyway i had too

Darlene said...

I would call the town supervisor as he is a friend of mine

Bernice Kennedy said...

I am pretty sure where I live that if someone wants to sell / buy drugs its already happening. It would be watched by undercover police and patrolled by uniformed officers because its probably known by many from word of mouth. In the early stages it would be hard to tell if your child or any child might be using drugs but over time the signs would develop. I support programs that give children and adults facts about drug use and prevention.

Deb PelletierC said...

bring them to a drug center, I do not know all the signs only some of the signs.

Meghan said...

I would create a parent/police task force.

wendy Hutton said...

my town is full of drugs, not much the police can do when the courts let them walk, we need a rehab centre here

James Robert said...

If I noticed the signs I would take my child for drug testing then get them help.

Mya Murphy said...

I used to be on drugs in my teens..as drugs have changed a bit, I think I would still notice the signs. I would get a task force going within the neighborhood.

irene said...

Hopefully, there would be be kind o community group I could join to help solve the problem, or else I'd have to have some help to organize one. If talking has not helped, then I'd seek help & counseling for my child & I would pray, pray, pray...

Jeanna Massman said...

I would try to find out as much as possible about the situation before I jumped to conclusions! Then I would try to help community outreach to help rehabilitate drug users.

susan1215 said...

If I noticed the signs I would take my child for drug testing and put them into rehab. If I saw someone doing drugs in my town I would call the police.

pr777 said...

i would try to help not sure i would know the signs love your books

katieoscarlet said...

You ask very good questions and I'm not really sure what I would do. Even though we live in the suburbs, drugs are everywhere. I would probably have my child drug tested and go from there. Whether they test positive or not a big discussion would be prudent.

Julie Waldron said...

I'm pretty sure drugs are rampant in this area. I just let the authorities handle it. I would hope that I knew the signs.

Annmarie Weeks said...

I always feel like drugs are rampant in any community. The most important is to raise your children to resist them and peer pressure. And to get to know your neighbors and fight against any negative influence in your neighborhood & community. Involve the police, especially in programs in the school.

Kari Lorraine said...

That is such a scary question. I don't think I would know what to do.

Calvin F. said...

Would do my best to help prevent further damage.. unfortunately the drug crisis here is real.. I'd call the poison hotline to ask for help.

Amber said...

If drugs were a big problem in my town I would want to be part of the solution. Whether that is caring for people, spreading awareness or advocating for addiction treatment centers.

David Hollingsworth said...

I don't know what I would do. I would probably just move out of the town. That they may seem like the coward thing to do, but I don't know if should get into anyone's business.

PC IT Back Together.com said...

No clue, dont get why too many use or turn to drugs thats just silly and a waste. Least the dogs rock and that should be their focus!

bn100 said...

no idea

Michele S. said...

I have been in this situation...Talked to my childs school friends parents..went to a social worker.. eventually sent him to rehab.....

clc408 said...

I'm pretty sure drugs are rampart almost everywhere. I'm not sure what I could do to help.

PAIGE said...

I would talk to my kids, Talk to schools. And ask if I can speak at schools about drugs,

Rebecca said...

What would you do if you found out that drugs were rampant in your town-would you try to help if a solution was found? I would always try to hlep..
Would you even recognize the symptoms if your child was on drugs? I would hope I would recognize if my child was on drugs
What would you do? rehab..

Antoinette M said...

Not sure. I hope that I would be able to help.

Robert Young said...

I have worked in California with drug abuser's as well as early release from prison programs for women that were in prison for drugs, and I worked in Colorado doing the same thing and I also worked 13 years in Oklahoma doing the same thing and I can say that it's everywhere from the rich gated communities to the middle class communities down to the poor neighborhoods and our prison systems and county jails are full of people that are doing time for being caught with drugs, and the same goes for our community Mental Health facilities as they are overwhelmed with people seeking help due to their drug use and what it has cost them to lose in their lives from this addiction that these people cannot just stop doing these drugs because their bodies depend on these drugs now and so they are known as addicts now and are remedy in solving this is to lock people up when our prison's are bursting at the seems as it is and in these facilities they end up continuing to use drugs as they are just as easy to acquire as they was out on the streets. So what do we do? continue stuffing them into our prison's? Right now when we get early releases for them to get out of prison we are contracted with the state to find and pay for housing for them including tax money paying for there utilities and rent and food and transportation as well as services from mental health facilities that offer classes and treatment programs as well as all of there medical needs from surgery to seeing therapists to getting dental work done to vision/glasses paid for and there medications all paid for and all of this is coming from tax dollars as is my wages as well and if not for the problem with drugs at all millions of people would not have a job as we all rely on these drug addicted people for our livelihood and survival with being employed to deal with the drug problem, and this too is what I call just a band aide to cover up the truths that lay all around us and this is just what I know about what all drug addiction is costing the tax payers to fund all these things and I know that there is so much more spending going on out there that I do not know about that goes to either fight, treat or house etc. those that have been affected by this crises, I wish that I had the answers to fix things but I don't and everything that we do as in law enforcement all the way down through to where I work at is an army of people doing there best to try and solve this problem that has and still is plaguing not only our nation but the whole world in all.

Deborah Dumm said...

I would work with the authorities to get the drugs and the people selling them out of the area. As for the child I would give him/her all the love and support and help to get over the addiction that the world has to offer.

Veronica Lee said...

If I noticed the signs I would get my child tested and if the test is positive, I would get him rehabilitated.

slehan said...

I really have no idea. Makes me glad I don't have kids.
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Debbie P said...

My son is grown and a good man. I have unfortunately seen people who had a problem with hard drugs. I am glad my neighborhood is not over run by drugs. I would let the authorities handle it.

Erin N said...

I have battled addiction in my life and I would do whatever I could to help anyone who is battling with an addiction <3

wen budro said...

I would indeed know the signs that a loved one is addicted to drugs. I would try my best to get them good professional help.

Terri. said...

Drug issues are so scary. I'm not sure what I would do. I would support any attempt to help them.

Anonymous said...

Drugs were and are now rampant in the town my kids grew up in. Two of them ended up using and one of them has been in prison since he was 18 years old. He's 30 now. I did all I could to keep them away from it. You can't make their choices for them. You have to forgive yourself and move on. Today both of them are clean and sober and hopefully will remain so the rest of their lives.

Audrey Stewart said...

I am not that brave in this day and time to turn a drug dealer in.

Kathy P said...

My daughter was addicted to heroin and took her own life in 2004. We tried everything to help her but unless the person is willing to stay clean and stay away from the people that damage them we cannot make them no matter how much we want to.

Holly Thomas said...

Their is a drug house across the street from me, the cops are there all the time.

Anonymous said...

I would do my best but honestly it is out of my comfort zone.

Anita said...

I would get them help or stop letting them abuse around me

Julieh said...

I would try to help by educating the community about abuse and addiction.

Buddy Garrett said...

I would organize the community. I think I would recognize drug symptoms.

Betty C said...

I don't know if I would recognize the symptoms of drug use since teens are notoriously moody and often rebellious.

 
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