Paws For Murder (The Barking Mad Mysteries)
by Scarlett English

About Paws for Murder


Paws For Murder (The Barking Mad Mysteries)
Cozy Mystery
1st in Series
Independently Published (January 5, 2020)
Print Length: 163 pages
Digital ASIN: B083JKWXVZ

Welcome to Adlebury where village life can be downright deadly.


Veterinarian Petronella Knight seems to have it all. A job she loves, good friends, and patients who adore her. But when she gets into an argument with dog breeder Gladys Harrington, and she finds the woman dead, she also finds herself accused of murder.


Ella will need all her friends, including the new and very handsome American policeman, and all her sharpest sleuthing skills to figure out who murdered the dog breeder before another dead body pops up.


Paws for Murder contains one enthusiastic amateur detective with a penchant for rescuing animals, a guard duck called George, a large amount of homemade gooseberry wine, and a very confused American who has never met an English village quite like this one.


You’d be Barking Mad to pass this one by.


Guest Post by the Author

Five things we didn’t know about you – Scarlett English


  1. Scarlett English is a writing duo that wanted to mesh their English and American backgrounds and have some fun with a story.
  2. Neither of us are veterinarians or policeman for that matter, but we both have rescue animals and would cheerfully lock a lot of people up. Neither of us will admit to enjoying anything to do with handcuffs.
  3. One of us has lived in a small English village and can absolutely guarantee it’s a hotbed of intrigue.
  4. We took it in turns in correcting each other. One of us wanted to walk on sidewalks instead of pavements and the other wanted to put petrol in her tank instead of gas.
  5. One of us have been to a dog show and can confirm that it’s easier if the handler has either superhuman abilities, or has had copious amounts of home made gooseberry wine beforehand.

About Scarlett English

Scarlett English is a crazy cat lady who likes solving mysteries. Or actually, make that a dog lady. Much to her chagrin, the police have never sought to consult her, which is why there seems to be so much unsolved crime. Especially—surprisingly enough—in the small English village where she lives. So, armed with curiosity, a penchant for taking in strays, a love of homemade wine and a good gossip, she puts her detecting talents to good use murdering her imaginary friends and neighbors and solving the cases one story at a time.

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  1. Scarlett English

    This is lovely!! Thank you so much for having us!

  2. Calvin

    Really well done, makes me curious about this book.

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