A Chihuahua in Every Stocking by Waverly Curtis

A Chihuahua in Every Stocking

byWaverly Curtis

Kobo ebook | September 30, 2014

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Move over, Rudolph – let Pepe lead the way!

Who would steal a little girl's dog, right before Christmas? After seeing young Sophie's heartbreaking story on the news, P.I. Geri Sullivan and Pepe—her talking Chihuahua—vow to rescue this bonita canine named Chiquita. But tracking the pooch's scent through a Pacific Northwest winter wonderland isn't easy, especially when the trail leads to an elf who's been mortally mauled! Geri and Pepe must save little Sophie's Christmas and find this muy naughty dognapper . . . and stir up a little Christmas magic along the way!

**Praise for the Barking Detective Mysteries

"Pepe is a delight!" —RT Book Reviews (4 stars)

"Move over, Scooby-Doo, there's a new dog in town!" —Jennie Bentley

"A fun twist on the typical P.I. partnership." —Simon Wood

15,500 Words**

Title:A Chihuahua in Every StockingFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:September 30, 2014Publisher:Kensington BooksLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1617730661

ISBN - 13:9781617730665

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Move over, Rudolph – let Pepe lead the way!Who would steal a little girl's dog, right before Christmas? After seeing young Sophie's heartbreaking story on the news, P.I. Geri Sullivan and Pepe—her talking Chihuahua—vow to rescue this bonita canine named Chiquita. But tracking the pooch's scent through a Pacific Northwest winter wonderland isn't easy, especially when the trail leads to an elf who's been mortally mauled! Geri and Pepe must save little Sophie's Christmas and find this muy naughty dognapper . . . and stir up a little Christmas magic along the way!**Praise for the Barking Detective Mysteries"Pepe is a delight!" —RT Book Reviews (4 stars)"Move over, Scooby-Doo, there's a new dog in town!" —Jennie Bentley"A fun twist on the typical P.I. partnership." —Simon Wood15,500 Words**