Last But Not Leashed (Dr. Kate Vet Mysteries) (Mass Market)
"Refreshingly well-adjusted Kate is a competent and compassionate protagonist cozy fans will want to see a lot more of. Pet lovers will adore this." — Publishers Weekly
In the second installment of this animal-themed cozy series, Dr. Kate Turner has one New Year's resolution: Stop finding corpses…
All Dr. Kate Turner wants to do is get her life in order before ringing in the new year, but with bodies turning up left and right, she'll have to trust her own instincts—and those of her beloved animals—to stop a killer in their tracks.
As the only veterinarian at Oak Falls Animal Hospital, Dr. Kate's life is complicated. She's swamped with hospital patients and house calls, a long-distance relationship with law student Luke Gianetti (that is less than perfect), and a handsome, flirtatious artist who sets his sights on her as his new muse.
When the body of Sookie Overmann is found outside the community center after her organization seminar, the entire town is hunting for answers. All of Kates hopes of quietly ringing in the new year are lost and when the body of Sookie's assistant falls with the confetti at midnight, she has no choice but to sniff out the killer.
About the Author
Eileen Brady is a veterinarian living in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is a wife and mother of two daughters and often has to chase her six cats and two dogs away from her laptop keyboard. The Kate Turner, DVM Mysteries is her first series.
"A pleasing mélange of mystery and pet lore." — Kirkus Reviews
"Along with the intricately plotted mystery, Brady, herself a veterinarian, treats readers to useful information about organizing air travel with a pet, the proper diet for iguanas, and the sweet nature of properly raised and cared for pit bulls. Refreshingly well-adjusted Kate is a competent and compassionate protagonist cozy fans will want to see a lot more of. Pet lovers will adore this." — Publishers Weekly
"A good, well-written cozy—the kind you can curl up on the couch with on Friday night and put it down on Sunday morning. Readers who are not familiar with Eileen Brady’s work will become big fans. Let’s hope there is something more in the works for Dr. Kate Turner.
" — New York Journal of Books