Dog Collar Crime : Lucie Rizzo

  • by Adrienne Giordano
  • Narrated by Laura Princiotta
  • Series: Lucie Rizzo
  • 9 hrs and 8 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Out of work and down on her luck, Lucie Rizzo is forced to do the one thing she's long avoided - move home to her nutty, mob-infested family. A move that brings her back into the tempting arms of Frankie Falcone, the ex that never fails to make her heart sit up and beg.
When Lucie parlays her temporary dog-walking gig into a career making fancy dog accessories, Frankie becomes her number one supporter. Life starts to look like a walk in the park...until three of her bling-wearing clients are dogjacked.
Despite help from the on-again, off-again Mr. Fix-It in her life, Lucie is thrown into an investigation that's more Goodfellas than good doggie. One that could shatter her new life and her second chance at love.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Fun story


This is a fun story to read or listen too. It is very well written and narrated. The voice, Laura Princiotta does a great job. Her voice is the right age for the main character and she does wonderful voicing the other characters, even the one with the tough guy attitudes. She voices the story well enough for me to close my eyes and see it playing out before me.
The story is a unique romantic comedy that is guaranteed to leave you in stitches. I solved some of the mystery before it started to unravel, but I grew up reading mysteries and watching tough guy shows. I was wrong to suspect Frankie at the beginning, he after all is in love with Lucie and a man in love does do stupid things. So I’m giving a little away here, but ladies I have to tell you, he an upright citizen. The dog - nappings and almost nappings are hilarious and I have a soft spot for Lucie’s brother who ends up bruised and battered in the process of supplying us with humor. The story delves into the past where secrets are always well hidden and the key to solving the present situation is close and personal to Lucie.
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- Maria Prieto

A Little Slow

Not exciting, mysterious, or romantic.


What ruins most of the good is the narrator. She reads lik a 45 record played at 33 rpm. Tedious.
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- Laurie A. Eakes

Book Details

  • Release Date: 06-23-2014
  • Publisher: ALG Publishing, LLC