- File Size: 4736 KB
- Print Length: 223 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: PurpleSage Books, LLC (December 17, 2015)
- Publication Date: December 17, 2015
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B019IZZO6M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,067 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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From the Author
My goal after The Bootlegger's Legacy was to write a series featuring strong characters who I was hoping readers would want to get to know and follow as they had adventures and also developed as people. Sheriff Ray Pacheco became the main character in that series: Pacheco and Chino Mystery Series.
After living many years in New Mexico, mostly Las Cruces, a series set in this wonderful part of the country seemed a natural. Some of the characters are loosely based on people I had encountered in my time in the high desert.
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Dog Gone Lies by Ted Clifton is the first book in a new series, but the character, Ray Pacheco was first introduced in an earlier book, when he helped bring down a crooked sheriff, so in actuality, this is a second book—but, let’s not quibble. The interplay between and among the characters, especially Ray, Chino, and Big Jack, and the subtle dance that goes on between Ray and Sue, a waitress at his favorite diner stand out for me as undeniably the best parts of the book. The action’s not bad, and Bruce, or Happy, as Ray calls him, even though he’s just a dog, is a scene stealer.
Small-town law enforcement and small-town culture form the backdrop for what promises to be an interesting series.
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You can't help but like a man who has never fished, but finds himself loving it, and that is just for starters. Throw in a dog, a Native American, and a lawyer and watch what happens. You see how people can touch each other in small ways that make a lasting impression. Friendships can be founded in mere moments that have a depth that is limitless, and love can find you again even when you aren't looking
It is written in the third person, and is interesting all the way to the end.
That's just stupid.
I could not get past that and quit reading.