Chihuahua Confidential by Waverly Curtis
(A Barking Detective Mystery)

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"If I say so myself, I am muy foxy!"

When novice P.I. Geri Sullivan first heard her adopted Chihuahua talk, she thought she'd gone barking mad. But it turns out Pepe is a savvy sleuth--and if he has his way, he'll soon be a bone-a-fido celebrity, too, as Pepe and Geri are Hollywood-bound to star in the reality show Dancing With Dogs. So far, so bueno.

Then Nigel St. Nigel, the judge everyone loves to hate, becomes the judge someone wanted dead. Pepe and Geri are hot on a killer's heels but between perfecting the paso doble and protecting Pepe's Pomeranian lady love, both have their paws full. If Pepe's new status as a Beverly Hills Chihuahua goes to his head, it may be the last waltz for Geri's crime-biting compadre. . .

"Pepe is one cool P.I." --Leslie Meier

Praise for Dial C for Chihuahua

"A fun and breezy mystery." –Jennie Bentley

"A fun twist on the typical P.I. partnership." --Simon Wood

"Readers will sit up and beg for more." --Sushi the Shih Tzu, canine star of the Trash ‘n' Treasures mysteries by Barbara Allan


About Waverly Curtis

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Waverly Curtis is the joint pseudonym for mystery writing team Waverly Fitzgerald and Curtis Colbert. Curtis Colbert is the author of te Jake Rossiter and Miss Jenkins mystries, a series of hardboiled, private detective novles set in 1940's Seattle. The first book, Rat City, was nominated for a Shamus Award. Waverly Fitzgerald is the author of three historical romances set in Victorian London, and written under the name of Nancy Fitzgerald. She lives in downtown Seattle with her daughter, Shaw, and Shaw's Chihuahua, Pepe.
Published April 2, 2013 by Kensington Books. 305 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction

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