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Razorback Magazine quotes:  A Must Read! – I absolutely loved this book! It’s a great story about a retired war dog that develops post-traumatic stress disorder and agoraphobia. The story follows George’s journey as he struggles to overcome his fears and finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery. The story is a roller coaster of emotions that kept me hooked until the end. Highly recommend this book!

Author: Lee Huggett

When heroic war dog, SGT George develops Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Agoraphobia and a crippling fear of any man with a black beard, he is sent home from Afghanistan, to retire in an English village. Determined to live his life slumped on the sofa, eating, and waiting to die, George has no idea of the trouble ahead.

When his human tries to cure him with a barrage of insufferable therapies, he knows he has become a hopeless case. But when his army ego is ridiculed by a mysterious pack of dubious dogs, he realizes he must venture outside to enact revenge and re-establish his pride. When he does, he finds himself on a new mission. One which involves solving a murder, in a bid to save the heart and soul of a tormented young dog.

As the story unfolds, and the case more complex, he finds that his staunchly held army beliefs come shattering down around him:

Not only are the dogs smarter and more challenging than he had originally thought, but now he is confronted with the task of defending an enemy he has spent his life fearing and hating. But is the suspect really a murdering terrorist? Or is he being led down another path of deception and betrayal by yet another enemy in disguise?
‘This story explores the devastating condition of PTSD from the point of view of a war dog. With well-developed characters, and a plot that pulls you in, you find yourself wanting the dogs to succeed in their quest to solve a murder.’ Elaine Ouston – author






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