Rappin' Dog: A Leo and Serendipity Mystery (A Leo and Serendipity Mystery Book 3)

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Rappin' Dog: A Leo and Serendipity Mystery (A Leo and Serendipity Mystery Book 3)

Rappin Dog A Leo and Serendipity Mystery A Leo and Serendipity Mystery Book Shocking surprises await SLEEPING DOG heroes Serendipity Dahlquist and Leo Bloodworth when they re hired to protect rapper B A Dawg from death threats

  • Title: Rappin' Dog: A Leo and Serendipity Mystery (A Leo and Serendipity Mystery Book 3)
  • Author: Dick Lochte
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 325
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Shocking surprises await SLEEPING DOG heroes Serendipity Dahlquist and Leo Bloodworth when they re hired to protect rapper B.A Dawg from death threats.

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    One thought on “Rappin' Dog: A Leo and Serendipity Mystery (A Leo and Serendipity Mystery Book 3)

    1. Reynolds Darke on said:

      A short story misidentified as a "book."Still very good, although not enough here to stand alone.For fans of the novels.

    2. Col on said:

      Synopsis/blurb….Shocking surprises await SLEEPING DOG heroes Serendipity Dahlquist and Leo Bloodworth when they're hired to protect rapper B.A. Dawg from death threats.----------------My takeDick Lochte is the author of about 15 books in total. His debut in 1985 was SLEEPING DOG which introduced investigator Leo Bloodworth as well as his teenage helper Serendipity Dahlquist. This was followed in 1988 with LAUGHING DOG. Both have been re-published by Brash Books in the past few months.RAPPIN’ [...]

    3. Karin Montin on said:

      Disappointing--Only because it's a short story rather than a novel. I love Serendipity. Her voice as an intelligent teen is authentic and she gets things solved. Funny, too.

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