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Continue shopping. Will I read the second? You can bet your Sweet Annie I won't! Just leave me weeping in the corner for what might have been View all 3 comments. Sep 02, Mette Christiansen rated it it was amazing. The book was recommended by a friend of mine! I most say that I dont regret one bit , that I bought this book!
First of all, I love the language, the way she so carefully have selected all the refined words and put it together in this absolutly wonderfull book! From the first moment reading the book I was captured! I love mysteries, and this book is indeed a fantastisk mysterie! How she is able to tell this storie so, lively so intriguing is beyond me! There is never a dull moment reading this b The book was recommended by a friend of mine! There is never a dull moment reading this book! And that her inspiration is that little very real Doxie is just amazing R. Not many books makes me cry, but this one sure do May 17, Dana rated it it was amazing Shelves: anipals-read.
I thought this book was great! It combines my favorite genre mysteries and animals. It held my attention and I just had to find out how it ended. The characheters are well written especially the 4 legged ones! Looking forward to the next in the series. Thought it was a marvelous, funny, captivating book.
A story with some of the best characters I have ever read. Dec 02, Trish rated it really liked it Shelves: srcwinter , fantasy , crime-mystery-other. So this book takes a similar idea to Rita Mae Brown's Mrs Murphy books - the animals investigating the crime and moving forward the plot - and runs with it. The two main protagonists are a dachshund, who takes the role of Sherlock Holmes, with a slightly plump marmalade cat as his Watson.
They are ably supported by a variety of other charming - and less than charming - characters, both human and animal. It's mostly a cozy, with a tinge of fantasy to it as there is a certain amount of suspension So this book takes a similar idea to Rita Mae Brown's Mrs Murphy books - the animals investigating the crime and moving forward the plot - and runs with it. It's mostly a cozy, with a tinge of fantasy to it as there is a certain amount of suspension of disbelief required that the lead characters are animals that are as smart as if not more than humans.
However, the darker elements, especially to do with dog fighting, mean its definitely not a definitely not a kids book, despite having animal protagonists.
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Nicely done, and I've already bought the second one in the series. Sep 10, Wanda rated it it was amazing Shelves: mystery. Written in the voices of the two main animal characters, Mr. Marmee, an orange marmalade cat, and Mr. Happy a miniature tan and black dachshund , this is a charming book.
Of course, there are several mysterious and violent attacks upon unsuspecting people which seem to originate from a large canine beast. Marmee and Mr. Happy have several human helpers in this novel and Dr. Stephen Hanover, a local ve Written in the voices of the two main animal characters, Mr. Stephen Hanover, a local veterinarian, among others help the animals in their investigation.
I enjoy novels where the animals are the main voices and humans take second place. This novel especially explores the strong emotional bonds between pet and owner. However, it does not lack for action.
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After Dr. Hanover is brutally assaulted the crime solving team with help from the humans track down the terrible criminal which takes them from London to the English countryside. Being the owner of a dapple colored long-haired dachshund, I was predisposed to like this novel. I must say, however, it was an interesting and entertaining read.
I am looking forward to the next investigative exploits of the clever lads! Stephens to fulfill a reading challenge from the Cozy Mysteries group here on Goodreads. I am so glad that I did! The detective dachshund, Sir Happy Heart and his feline friend and detective-in-training, Mister Marmee made a fantastic team using their wit and cunning to help their human friends bring some vile and nasty evildoers to justice! The affection and respect between the animals and their human friends enriched the story immensely!
I look forward to reading more about this delightful duo's future endeavors. Apr 19, Stephen Moore rated it it was amazing. This is a hugely enjoyable read.
Only this is a Victorian murder mystery with a unique difference. Forget Sherlock Holmes and Watson. The super-sleuths this time around are a cat and a dog, no less! An ingenious twist to the genre So, suspend belief, and prepare yourself to be thoroughly entertained. Jun 14, Moira rated it really liked it Shelves: own-it. A delightful read, funny and clever. The author captures Victorian England so precisely and the characters especially the four legged ones and Horace are vividly written.
The plot is ingenious and kept me guessing. My only criticism is that it sometimes gets rather cloying with "my sweet Annie" etc. I look forward to more adventures with Mr Marmee and Sir Happy. Sep 17, Carol Purwin rated it it was amazing. I enjoy Sherlock Holmes and found this to be along the same style and mystery gendre. It drew me into the characters and their plight in solving the case.
If you enjoy mysteries and animals, this is a must read. Aug 17, Laura Lee rated it liked it. Very cute, dauchsand and marmalade cat in Victorian England. This is Marmie and Sir Happy's first adventure. Mr Marmie is the narrator. He is very precise in the telling of his story and it is fun to imagine these two are a pair of detectives. May 20, Doxieluv rated it it was amazing Shelves: , mystery , england. Marmie the marmalade cat as Dr. Wonderful Characterizations that make the animals seem more human and humane than the people.
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Dec 01, Jenny rated it it was amazing. Loved this book. It takes a lot to keep my interest in a book but this one managed to do that from start to finish.
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Fun read with believable characters. Apr 10, Je rated it really liked it Shelves: i-own-it , christian , mystery. This book was enjoyable, tasteful, and edifying. Aug 23, Rebecca rated it liked it. Took me a while to get into the faux dickens era writing. But one whole silly entertaining cat and dog mystery. Jan 27, Autumn rated it really liked it. Cute book! Worth reading the others in the series!
Sep 18, Mopple rated it really liked it. This is such a great book! Within the first chapter I already checked if she was writing more adventures of Mister Marmee! The setting, the descriptions, were full of heart and sweetness, something fairly rare in books or indeed in real life. What escapism! I enjoyed the character building and the writing was really great. I was, however amazed that this was a debut book, this author is onto a winner. With more widespread advertising and product placement at bookstores here in the UK i feel this This is such a great book!
A few more in the series, this could easily be the next Harry Potter. I will await the next case with great anticipation and want to congratulate H. Stephens on a superb book! I have already informed all of my cat-loving friends they must read this book!