Animal behaviorist Grace Wilde keeps her ability to psychically communicate with furry and feathered critters under wraps. But when a Doberman turns out to be the only witness to a crime, Grace will have to let the cat out of the bag in order to catch a killer. The pooch turns out to be the only one who saw what happened the night of the shooting—and only Grace can get the information out of him. Doolittle, look out!
Grace Wilde is the real deal…I predict a fabulous future for the Call of the Wilde series with its engaging characters, action-packed plot, and well-crafted mystery that will keep you guessing until the end. Join Reader Rewards and earn your way to a free book! Join Reader Rewards and earn points when you purchase this book from your favorite retailer.
Paperback —. Add to Cart. About Woof at the Door Animal behaviorist Grace Wilde keeps her ability to psychically communicate with furry and feathered critters under wraps. Also in A Call of the Wilde Mystery. Product Details. Inspired by Your Browsing History.
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I found Grace to be a bit guarded and bitchy at the beginning of the book, but as her defenses lowered she became much more likeable. She is intelligent and does not appear too nosy or pushy, nor does she jump to conclusions or issue false accusations as she investigates. Her psychic ability comes across as legitimate. I liked that the animals did not speak to her in complete sentences, and that she relied a great deal on emotions presented by the animals.
They seemed to maintain their distinct animal characteristics e. It was also refreshing that she dealt with domesticated pets as well as the wild animals at the zoo. There were plenty of viable suspects and twists in the mystery to propel the story and keep it interesting. I cared enough about what was going on with all of the suspects, supporting characters her sister, friend, coworkers , and animals to not want to put the book down.
Melissa's Mochas, Mysteries and Meows: Review: Woof at the Door by Laura Morrigan
I did not guess whodunit until a good ways through the book, which for me is a sign of a good mystery. Mention it once at their initial meeting.
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Mention it again the second time they come into contact with each other. But, I wish Ms.
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Morrigan had left it alone after that. I get it that he is an attractive man, and Grace and he have chemistry.
There is no need, in my opinion, to go on and on about it. Morrigan has an engaging writing style. The characters are will drawn but still have room to develop as the series progresses.
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