A Bloodhound to Die For by Virginia Lanier
(Jo Beth Sidden, No 6)

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In the sixth novel in this popular, award-winning mystery series, Georgia peach Jo Beth Sidden returns with her delightfully fast-on-their-feet bloodhounds.

Dog trainer and amateur sleuth extraordinaire, Jo Beth is in a heap of trouble. For openers, she has to dig herself out of a personal crisis. Confronted by her violent ex-husband, Bubba, Jo Beth ended the relationship for good -- with a bang. Now she has to rebuild her life and, in between, give a little help to her friends who are in dire need of a good detective.

She's on the trail of a prison escapee, a good ol' boy so wily that even Jo Beth's best hounds can't sniff him out. Meanwhile, she's busy tracking an elderly woman who has wandered off in the Okefenokee Swamp, and at the same time searching for the source of a rumor that resulted in three deaths.

 

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Published July 29, 2003 by Harper. 240 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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Most of the witnesses to the crime are long dead, of course, and Jo Beth’s in no hurry to get around to the others, especially when there’s her ex-husband Bubba, still as homicidally frisky as ever, to worry about, and a brand-new kidnaping that’ll take her and one of her beloved hounds into Okef...

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Lanier's fourth spine-tingling foray into Georgia's Okefenokee Swamp with dog trainer Jo Beth Sidden and her crew lives up to the promise of her debut, Death in Bloodhound Red (1995).

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Lanier's anecdotal debut, melding good-old-boy humor and action-packed adventure, tracks the personal and professional life of Georgia bloodhound trainer Jo Beth Sidden.

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The episodic sequel to Death in Bloodhound Red finds Georgia dog trainer Jo Beth Sidden coping with an enlarged staff and an upcoming week-long training seminar.

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Fans who have been howling for another chance to cheer for Jo Beth Sidden and her kennel of bloodhounds, who haven't followed a trail since Ten Little Bloodhounds (1999), can rejoice.

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