Nothing to Fear but Ferrets

Nothing to Fear but Ferrets

Book - 2005 | Berkley Prime Crime mass-market ed.
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Penguin Putnam
Attorney-turned-freelance-pet-sitter Kendra Ballantyne has found a corpse in a client's apartment, and it's up to her to prove the innocence of the obvious suspects: her client's furry ferrets.

Baker & Taylor
Former litigator-turned-freelance-pet-sitter, Kendra Ballantyne, while minding her client's ferrets, stumbles upon the dead body of a reality star and hones her animal instincts to catch a clever killer intent on framing her furry little friends. Original.

Publisher: New York : Berkley Prime Crime, 2005.
Edition: Berkley Prime Crime mass-market ed.
ISBN: 9780425203736
Characteristics: 265 p. ; 18 cm.


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bookfanatic1979 Mar 30, 2011

What a fascinating concept! No, I don’t mean the possibility of killer vampire ferrets. At the end of the book, Kendra’s law career takes a turn toward an entirely new corner of the legal world. I had no idea there were “pet arbitrators.” With one simple twist, Johnston’s guaranteed my continued interest in this series.


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