"While police bulletin descriptions and introductions of the players and their dogs can be a bit overwhelming, especially in the opening chapter, author C.A. Newsome has a lively bunch of eccentric characters who are developed enough that their interactions and dialogue add to the semblance of a quiet community and offer motives for murder."
"The romance between Anderson and Dourson is gradually developed, endearing and adds another dimension to the plot -"
"The murderer's point of view is successfully interwoven into the narrative to heighten the suspense with his/her eerie observation of the park and its visitors."
IR Rating: 4*