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More Than a Number

Just finished-what a great book...Wow!!! I don't want to post any spoilers so all I can safely say is GET this book! Full of suspense and emotion right from the start and just gets even more intense with every flip of the page!   March 6, 2015

Chris Young


Alison, once again, as in “Dog 281,” cannot sit back and do nothing when she perceives that injustice is being done—whether it’s a runaway cow on its way to slaughter, honoring a dead man’s will with provisions for the many cats living on his farm that his sister is trying to seize, or getting to the bottom of a suspected dog-fighting ring in the area. She is curious and follows her senses, often being led into the type of danger even good cops fear. Speaking of good cops: not all are, as you will find out in “More than a Number.”

Well researched, “More than a Number” is not merely a good read—and it is a good, fast-paced read—it holds a wealth of information that may forever change the way you think about animals. Whether you’re an animal lover/advocate or not, you’ll learn what staff at animal shelters face on a daily basis (it’s not all about cats and dogs, and it’s not always pleasant), what’s involved in dog fighting (you’ll learn more than you ever wanted to know, but can now be more aware), what cows and their calves go through when being separated, and much, much more.

Plus there’s romance, friendship, humor, pain, mystery, and intrigue. Once you pick up “More than a Number,” you won’t be able to put it down, and you’ll be sharing your copy with friends.  March 2, 2015

Gayle Thompson