The Dogs of Littlefield by Suzanne Berne

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Littlefield, MA: #6 on the Wall Street Journal's "Best Places to Live". A suburban idyll. More psychologists per capita than any other town in the USA. Which, no doubt, contributes to the plethora of stable families and overachieving children. Well-attended band concerts. Beautiful Victorian homes on manicured lawns. If happiness had an address it would be here. Then the first dog is poisoned. Shock. Disbelief. And, as more dogs die, cracks begin to appear in Littlefield's civilized veneer. Residents begin to suspect one another. The psychological menace builds--even as Berne dishes out comedic flashes to keep readers on their toes. Well formed characters dot the landscape of this tense and edgy tale. And satirical social commentary, too! Check Our Catalog

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