Review: The Dogs of Christmas

Posted on July 8, 2013


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The Dogs of Christmas
By W. Bruce Cameron
Forge Books
October 2013
240 pages

A dog story and a Christmas story rolled into one. What could be better than that? A dog story and a Christmas story rolled into one — and brought to you by Bruce Cameron.

Reclusive computer geek Josh Michaels lives alone outside a small mountain town in Colorado. His girlfriend left him for another man six months earlier and shredded his self-confidence. The last thing he wants is a dog. So when his callous neighbor drops off his pregnant dog on his way out of town, Josh is ripped from his shell into full panic mode. And before he knows it he has a dog and five puppies. A frantic call to the local animal shelter for a way out of his predicament gets him the help he needs but not in the way he expects.

Not even Scrooge could resist this warm and funny romp with a box full of puppies.  The Dogs of Christmas is the feel good book this holiday season, one you can read aloud with the family beside the Christmas tree.

Copyright (c) 2013 by Peggy Tibbetts

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