No Coincidence, a PJ Mystery

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When Abby Chase takes her dog, PJ, for a hike on a remote Wyoming cattle ranch, PJ finds a human bone. With her life already in shambles, Abby convinces herself the bone belongs to an elk, until she sees a poster about a hunter missing for the past year. Abby returns to the woods to take a picture of the bone, beginning a string of events that place her and PJ in increasing danger. A killer and a More

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About C Meadows

Christy Meadows has a lifelong love of nature and has spent almost every day of her life walking in the woods, fields, and mountains with her dogs. She has trekked in rain, sun, fog and snow, including the bitter cold of Alaska. While in Alaska she went skijoring and sledding with her huskies. Her dogs have alerted her to moose hiding in the brush and the possibility of bears sharing nearby blueberry bushes. In Wyoming, where she lives with her husband, her dogs have warned her away from snakes and mountain lions. Her love of jewelry making and dogs inspired this book. In her spare time she paints watercolor landscapes, animal portraits, plays with metal, often making earrings or necklaces with a nature theme and dreams up mysteries. While writing, her cow-dog Saratoga keeps Christy company and sleeps on her dog bed dreaming of running through the prairie grass chasing after her ball.

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About the Series: PJ Mysteries
PJ is a Cowdog who has a knack for finding bodies. Her human, Abby Chase, wants to be a successful jewelry artist like her favorite aunt, but she has to make a living and works as a cook on a remote Wyoming ranch.

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Fred Tysiak reviewed on March 17, 2019

This was a GREAT book! A real page turner; kept me interested and not wanting to put it down. Story was well-written and kept me guessing nearly the whole story through as to “whodunnit.” The home cooked food references made me hungry often!
I love dogs and the dog is depicted very well with it’s very cool personality and intelligence.
I recommend buying, as I will certainly re-read it plenty.
(reviewed 50 days after purchase)
Kate Holmgren reviewed on Feb. 18, 2019

I loved its sense of place, the Wyoming countryside. I could smell the pines and sage as I turned the pages. And I got caught up in the mystery making it hard to put down (I read it in one setting).

Anytime a book can take me on a journey like this one did, I'm a fan.
(reviewed 24 days after purchase)
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