No Second Chances by Lyndon Stacey
A British police dog-handler mystery (A Daniel Whelan Mystery)

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Daniel’s German shepherd, Taz, isn’t the only one who smells a rat, but figuring out just what’s going on at in the Travellers’ encampment will take its toll on both man and beast. Stacey’s latest takes off at a trot rather than a gallop but covers the ground just the same.
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Ex-police dog handler Daniel Whelan finds himself drawn into the complex affairs of a neighbouring family - with potentially fatal consequences

Lorna Myers thinks she knows where her businessman husband is - until two men come looking for him one October evening. By chance, ex-police officer Daniel Whelan and his German Shepherd dog Taz happen to be on hand to take control of the situation. But for Lorna it's the start of a nightmare. If Harvey isn't abroad working, then where is he?
 

About Lyndon Stacey

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Lyndon Stacey is an animal portrait artist by trade and lives in the Blackmore Vale in the West Country, where most of her novels are set. She is the author of several mysteries including Blindfold, Deadfall, Outside Chance, Six to One Against and Murder in Mind, as well as two previous Daniel Whelan mysteries.
 
Published July 1, 2016 by Severn House Digital. 224 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Nature & Wildlife. Fiction
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on Apr 12 2016

Daniel’s German shepherd, Taz, isn’t the only one who smells a rat, but figuring out just what’s going on at in the Travellers’ encampment will take its toll on both man and beast. Stacey’s latest takes off at a trot rather than a gallop but covers the ground just the same.

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