[Epub] Silent Night (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #5) By Donna Ball – Varanus.us

Silent Night (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #5) It S Christmas Time, And For Raine Stockton And Her Search And Rescue Dog, Cisco, Hansonville, North Carolina Is Just Like A Norman Rockwell Painting Except For The Rash Of Thefts Of Baby Jesus Figurines From Nativity Scenes, An Abandoned Box Of Golden Retriever Puppies That Someone Leaves Beside Her Mailbox, And A Mysterious Gift From One Of Cisco S A Grateful Admirers Raine Already Has Her Hands Full With Her Own Misbehaving Pooches, Unexpected House Guests, And A Complicated New Relationship But When A Newborn Is Abandoned In The Manger Of The Town S Living Nativity And Raine Walks In On What Appears To Be The Scene Of A Murder, She Has To Worry About Than Keeping The Christmas Spirit Alive.

[Epub] Silent Night (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #5)  By Donna Ball – Varanus.us
  • Paperback
  • 290 pages
  • Silent Night (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #5)
  • Donna Ball
  • English
  • 17 April 2017
  • 0977329623

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] Silent Night (Raine Stockton Dog Mysteries, #5) By Donna Ball – Varanus.us


  1. says:

    This is the first Donna Ball Raine Stockton Dog Mystery that I ve read, but it definitely won t be the last one for me I chose it because of the Christmas theme, even though it was the fifth one in this series Thankfully, though I mostly like to read books in their numerical order, I felt like I wasn t missing anything about the main characters Raine Stockton has her hands full with her Search Rescue ...


  2. says:

    I love, love, love this series and this book is a worthy addition to it With the Susan Conant Holly Winter malamute series and the Virginia Lanier bloodhound series, it rounds out the triumvirate of Wonderful Dog Mysteries There are other, lesser series that involve dogs but in none of these do any of the animals, talk, drive cars, type notes or any other implausible behaviors and they are all well written with characters you want to spend time with I will admit that Raine Stockton the pr I love, love, love this series and this book is a worthy addition to it With the Susan Conant Holly Winter malamute series and the Virginia Lanier bloodhound series, it rounds out the triumvirate of Wonderful Dog Mysteries There are other, lesser series that involve dogs but in none of these do any of the animals, talk, drive cars, type notes or any other implausible behaviors and they are all well written with characters you want to spend time with I will admit that Raine Stockton the protagonist does have an escape artist Australian shepherd in her l...


  3. says:

    Silent Night is the best Raine Stockton novel I have read I loved the others, but this one is a standout because of its believable characters and plot I love this series because I love the mountains of North Carolina I love dogs too and with dogs and the mountains you have a winning combination Raine visits nursing homes and brings her dogs to visit the patients Just reading about this inspires me want to do the same A new character is introduced and I hope she stays around At first Melan Silent Night is the best Raine Stockton novel I have read I loved the others, but this one is a standout because of its believable characters and plot I love this series because I love the mountains of North Carolina I love dogs too and with dogs and the mountains you have a winning combination Raine visits nursing homes and brings her dogs to visit the patients Just reading about this inspires me want to do the same A new character is introduced and I hope she stays around At first Melanie, the daughter of Raine s new love interest, Miles, seems like a brat But as the story weaves it s web, her character adds dimensions and the reader starts to appreciate her.Christmas in Hansonville sounds like a dream come true, but it is fu...


  4. says:

    Love Donna Ball s booksI don t know what I love most about her books Maybe it s her characters, maybe the mystery, maybe the family and friends interaction Nope It s definitely the dogs This was a sweet story I know that sounds strang...


  5. says:

    Merry Christmas Donna Ball shamelessly grabs her readers, and gives them exactly what they are wantinga GREAT read She has all it takes to kidnap us, and rewards us so generously.Excuse me, I have another book to read.Book 6


  6. says:

    Pretty good Short read Like in the previous books, it s clear the author has done some obedience and agility training and has been around enough dogs to realize they aren t all wonderfully behaved Disney characters.Slight peeve Most of the prior books in the series have been accurate with respect to dog training and titles in obedience and agility In this book, the main character s friend, Maude, is described as having golden retrievers with championships in obedience, conformation, and FIEL Pretty good Short read Like in the previous books, it s clear the author has done some obedience and agility training and has been around enough dogs to realize they aren t all wonderfully behaved Disney characters.Sligh...


  7. says:

    AUDIOBOOK EDITIONSilent Night A Raine Stockton Dog MysteryWritten by Donna BallNarrated by Donna PostelLength 6 hrs and 58 mins Series Raine Stockton, Book 5Unabridged AudiobookRelease Date 06 02 14Publisher Blue Merle PublishingPublishers SummaryIt s Christmas time, and for Raine Stockton and her Search and Rescue dog, Cisco, Hansonville, North Carolina is just like a Norman Rockwell painting except for the rash of thefts of baby Jesus f...


  8. says:

    A wonderful cozy mystery First let me say, I read listened to this book in audio format via audible.com I will always choose audio over written books, as audio breathes life into the books and allows us to be hands free while reading to do other things as well, not to mention that audio books make great driving companions too Raine Stockton has many wild stories, past present about her search rescue dog, Cisco Raine runs a dog training business and fosters several other dogs A wonderful cozy mystery First let me say, I read listened to this book in audio format via audible.com I will always choose audio over written books, as audio breathes life into the books and allows us to be hands free while reading to do other things as well, not to mention that audio books make great driving companions too Raine Stockton has many wild stories, past present about her search rescue dog, Cisco Raine runs a dog training business and fosters several other dogs with humorous personalities We get to follow along with the escape artists Magic, Mystery Mischief , Raine s foster dogs, all while a new dangerous mystery gets solved In Silent Night, a murder and a mysterious kidnapped baby evolve with Raine unknowingly in the middle of it all Raine also appears to be falling for Miles his daughter Melanie Silent Night is a cozy, witty mystery packed with humor, adventure and danger all surrounded by Christmas The author, Donna Bell got my attention shortly after the story started with her wond...


  9. says:

    This was a new to me author and series, and I enjoyed reading this one very much.Raine Stockton is the main character She lives in a small Tennessee town, and as this book opens, is hoping that she will be able to afford the remaining construction costs on the dog training boarding facility she and a friend partner need for their business Her ex husband, Buck is the sheriff, and there is some unfinished emotional business between the two of them.Anyway, as the book opens, there has been a myst This was a new to me author and series, and I enjoyed reading this one very much.Raine Stockton is the main character She lives in a small Tennessee town, ...


  10. says:

    I won this book in a goodreads.com giveaway.I really enjoyed this cozy mystery, especially since I m a dog lover This is the 5th in a series about Raine Stockton who is a dog trainer who used to be married to a cop, and she finds herself solving mysteries in a town in North Carolina Reading the description on the book, it sounded like too much was going to happen in one story However, it did pan out and made sense and wasn t overwhelming Raine was a charming character, and her dogs were even I won this book in a goodreads.com giveaway.I really enjoyed this cozy mystery, especially since I m a dog lover This is the 5th in a series about Raine Stockton who is a dog trainer who used to be married to a cop, and she finds herself solving mysteries in a town in North Carolina Reading the description on the book, it sounded like too much was going to happen in one story However, it did pan out and made sense and wasn t overwhelming Raine was a charming character, and her dogs were evenso I didn t solve the mystery on my own before the end The descriptions of Christmas and the beautiful mountains in NC were lovely and I enjoyed reading them the most One downside to the book was some of the editing In some places it seemed like there was sloppy editing and some missing or added punctuation For example in one sentence the word great was used instead of crate That pulled me out of the story ...

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