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Cry Woof by Jane B. Mason
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0545436265, Paperback)

In the third installment of A Dog and His Girl Mysteries, things are going to the cats!

Dodge and Cassie can't visit the senior center or take a walk without landing in a mystery or two. Something's up with the vitamins some people in town are taking--and something doesn't seem right about an eccentric neighbor's mysterious "fall" that leaves thirteen pets in need of homes. The former K-9 and his girl will leave no ladder unclimbed or rosebush uninvestigated to get to the bottom of the case!

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When the town eccentric, Madame LeFarge, is found dead, Cassie and her German shepherd dog, Dodge, think something is fishy.

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