When Jennet Greenway rescues a wounded collie from a snowy country road, her winter vacation takes a deadly turn.
A band of dognappers, the murder of the town's beloved veterinarian, and a sinister enemy place Jennet in danger and threaten to derail her romantic weekend getaway with Deputy Sheriff Crane Ferguson.
What They Are Saying About Winter’s Tale
Dorothy Bodoin's cozy mystery, Winter’s Tale, is the typical good book with which to curl up on a snowy night in front of a blazing fire. This is a gentle story with a fresh, and from time-to-time, almost elegant voice. Characters are nicely drawn, with depth and dimension, the plot (if you love dogs) enough to give you nightmares, and the vivid description of icy and frosty winter weather is enough to make your teeth chatter. I had to get up and find an afghan! Mystery and dog lovers, especially, will find it hard to put down. Winter’s Tale is a satisfying and delightful read. I look forward to more from this author.