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Once again Albert solves the mystery of who was responsible for the death of the victim and this time Rex helped to solve the case. Normally I would give these books 5 stars, but felt that this one got a bit silly at times. I didn't see the need for Albert to pretend to be someone else and as for Rex losing control after drinking an energy drink when he can down beer with no effect, it seemed far fetched. I'm also wondering what's happened with the man who was kidnapping the top chefs, he's not been in the stories for a while. In any case, can't wait to read the next one, just wish it was sooner than January.
A cracking whodunit from Albert and Rex. I laughed so hard l had tears streaming. Once again Albert and Rex find themselves embroiled in murder and mayhem with a bad tempered DI to boot. Rex up to his tricks with food and l deny anyone to keep a straight face over that episode. As usual along the way Albert adopts someone as partner in crime to help solve the murder. A great twist at the end and not what you are expecting. Another sure fire winner for Steve Higgs. Maybe next time Steve we could have a senior police officer who appreciates old school detection.
I buy the Albert and Rex Harrison (GSD) books for my wife - she loves crime novels but these are something else! It probably helps that we like German Shepherd dogs, but she finds the stories both interesting and very funny in places as the author tells us what Rex, the GSD, is thinking while Albert tries to solve the crimes. She's read 7 of the 9 currently available books, hopefully there will be one or two more coming soon
Steve does it again. Albert and Rex once again find themselves caught up with another murder to solve. Rex gets it right and tries to tell his human who the culprit is but nobody is listening. Add to that he is always hungry and looking for tidbits, this time with hilarious results. Brilliant book as always.