Indian Summer by Maureen Reynolds

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Amateur detective Molly McQueen's life is changing fast. Her parents are moving to Australia and they want Molly to go with them. But if she does, it will mean the end of the employment agency. Molly and a friend plan a weekend in Pitlochry. On the last day of their visit, they go for a walk, finding a man that has tumbled down a steep hill and has serious head injuries. He hands her a pouch and tells her to `warn them`. Can she find out what it all means, and what will she decide to do both with her own life and with McQueen's Agency?

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Roger Dunger is a well-known figure in the Bichon FrisAA(c) world. He and his wife Sue have bred and trained Bichons in England for some 25 years. Roger was founding chairman of the Southern Bichon FrisAA(c) Breeders' Association in the United Kingdom, a position he held for some 10 years before becoming President. He is currently chairman of the Bichon FrisAA(c) Club of Great Britain.
Published June 28, 2012 by Black & White Publishing. 344 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Crime. Fiction