but things quickly get out of hand. And the fun is temporarily put
on hold when a Russian businessman, the owner of a famous vodka
bar and two gorgeous Russian spaniels, is found dead inside the home
of a thirteen-foot long Komodo Dragon. What follows threatens to put
a serious damper on the weekend as Suzy, with the assistance of a
reluctant Russian spy, embarks on a mission to identify the killer and
uncover the mystery behind a gold key while doing everything in her
power to keep the party rolling. And when another Russian does a
header off a 22nd floor balcony, events threaten to spiral out of control.
With a list of suspects that include a Russian oligarch with close ties to
the Kremlin, a couple of overly-friendly aerialists who might also be
Russian intelligence officers, the supposed girlfriend of both victims,
several other henchmen lurking in the shadows, and, just maybe, the
same spy who’s working with Suzy to solve the case, The Case of the
Reliable Russian Spaniels rolls through Vegas like a steamroller.
Throw in some late-night antics that include clubbing, an incredible
hot streak at the craps table, pole dancing and hot-tub cannonballs,
a few personal injuries, and an emergency surgery and readers will
soon realize that they’re in for a wild ride as the latest installment in
B.R. Snow’s popular Thousand Islands Doggy Inn Mysteries begins to
unfold. And before events can play themselves out, Suzy and the gang
are left worn-out, hungover, and on the local cops’ list of people to
watch out for.