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Jake Martin, former computer programmer and erstwhile handyman, heads back home with his Golden Retriever Fred when his sister is suspected of murdering her husband. He discovers there's a lot more to the story, including a drug-smuggling conspiracy and a treasure of gold coins. I thoroughly enjoyed following Jake and Fred as he unravels the mystery, despite having several misadventures along the way.
So why only 4 stars?
First of all, there's way too much drinking in the book, especially for Jake and his sister, who are both broke. Apparently half of Jake's nutrition comes from beer. Maybe more than half. I'm not sure how he can afford to buy six packs on a daily basis with no income.
Secondly, it's not really a cozy. Cozy mysteries are usually squeaky clean, but this one has some questionable language some readers might find offensive. I suppose you could call it a guy cozy.
Lastly, it could have used a good proofread. While most of the errors would probably be skipped over by most readers, I found too many of them to be comfortable with giving the book five stars.
I enjoyed this so much, I've already started reading the sequel.