Haunted dog show. Jealous rivals. Serious slobber.
When Honey the Great Dane arrives at a dog show, the last thing she expects to meet is her doggie doppelgänger! But things get even stranger when her famous ‘twin’ is poisoned and Honey is asked to take her place in the show ring… She soon finds that the glamorous world of champions hides some ugly secrets. Are the Showgrounds really haunted by a Phantom Hound? What really happened ten years ago when a mysterious fire claimed two lives? And just how far will someone go to win the title of ‘Best in Show’?
Kids, young teens and dog lovers of all ages will enjoy this action-packed mystery filled with suspense and humour! The perfect upper middle grade read or a book for parents (grandparents!) and children to enjoy together. (Age: 9+)
You may remember a few months back that I reviewed a book called Curse of the Scarab. Normally, I toss all the middle grade readers in Ben’s direction and let him tell me what he thinks. However, since I absolutely fell in love with the last one myself, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to read this one too.
The author did not disappoint. It was a great follow up to the first book in the series. The series is based on Honey the Great Dane and her other canine friends. During their daily outings, they stumble upon various mysteries. This one takes place at a dog show.
As soon as I told Ben that we had another Honey book, his eyes lit up. He had us go out and buy the original book so he could read it over and over again. Well, now he has two books in the series that are definitely going to be completely worn out.
He is definitely hoping that Honey has more mysteries coming out. He wants to read them to his dog.
Disclaimer: I received this book free from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. I did not receive any form of compensation.