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Prince Rupert Library Peth (Text) 33294002049674 Adult Fiction - Second Floor Volume hold Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781496719805
  • ISBN: 1496719808
  • Physical Description: print
    274 pages ; 21 cm
  • Publisher: New York, NY : Kensington Books, [2019]

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Summary, etc.: When the lumber mill closes, laying off most everyone in Fossett, Oregon, Melanie MacDonald plans to revitalize her beloved but beleaguered homestead by running her border collie Shep in Fossett's mayoral race . . . Shep wins by a landslide. A lover of democracy and dog treats, Shep is rapidly earning the goodwill of Fossett's citizens. Tourists are streaming in and everyone wants to glad-paw the new mayor. Suddenly Melanie and Shep are media darlings, with requests for interviews, game shows, and personal appearances through the roof. But there's trouble in paradise. Determined to win back his former wife, Bryce MacDonald discovers a rival in tabloid reporter Chad Cameron, who's in Fossett to dig up dirt on Melanie and Shep. He finds a willing co-conspirator in the malcontent who lost the election. Hounded by the press and desperate to head off a potential dog-napping, Melanie unwittingly puts herself in danger. Shep comes to the rescue, proving his mettle to save his faithful human at the risk of his own life . . . and new political career.
Subject: Border collie -- Fiction
Human-animal relationships -- Fiction
Mayors -- Election -- Fiction
Divorced people -- Fiction
Oregon -- Fiction
Genre: Humorous fiction.

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