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    Book one in the all-new Barks & Beans cozy mystery series!

    Welcome to the Barks & Beans Cafe, a quaint place where folks pet shelter dogs while enjoying a cup of java...and where murder sometimes pays a visit. Fed up with her go-nowhere job, newly single Macy Hatfield moves back to her small hometown in West Virginia. She joins forces with her brother Bo in his crazy new venture - the Barks & Beans Cafe, which caters to dog lovers and coffee drinkers alike.

    When a golf instructor is murdered at the nearby spiritual center, Macy winds up adopting his Great Dane. Just after Macy finds a mysterious message sewn under the dog's collar, her Dane is dognapped. She launches into a relentless search for her newfound canine friend, but along the way, she digs up a cruel and confident killer.

    Join siblings Macy and Bo Hatfield as they sniff out crimes in their hometown...with plenty of dogs along for the ride! The Barks & Beans Cafe cozy mystery series features a small town, an amateur sleuth, and no swearing or graphic scenes.

    ©2020 WoodHaven Press (P)2021 Heather Day Gilbert

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    • Beth
    • 07/09/2021

    Loved it!

    No Filter utterly charmed this reader! Coffee + dogs + a cozy mystery = pure happiness in book form. Macy Hatfield joins her brother in a new business venture - Barks and Beans Cafe. One side is a coffee shop, while the other side allows guests to visit with (and possibly adopt) shelter dogs. As the owner of one shelter dog and one foundling, I adored this idea and feel it makes a delightful set-up for the series.

    Macy Hatfield's character is a fun character to me. She's a little jaded and prickly, but she also has a soft heart and an inquisitive nature. Her relationship with her brother, Beau, is endearing, and I enjoyed their banter and care for one another. Little do either of them know that adopting one of the shelter dogs leads to some dangerous consequences.

    Usually I can make fairly good guesses about the culprit in mystery novels, but in this case, I really didn't have any good guesses. It truly felt like it could have been several different people. I found the mystery to be superbly done. I adore the small town setting and the varying array of secondary characters - it really makes the setting pop when people and places come to life like this. I also appreciate that it's a clean story, too, with no language or suggestive scenes.

    No Filter is a great start to a new series and an all-around delight to read - the perfect read for a hot summer afternoon - or really anytime you want to while away the time in a fun fictional world.

    Brittany Goodwin is an excellent narrator. Being from
    Tennessee, I often find southern accents overdone, but she gets it right!

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    • ashley
    • 09/10/2021

    Ok - I’m hooked!

    Dogs, coffee, and a mystery? Umm, yes please! Great characters & setting. Definitely looking forward to listening to more!

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    • Jennifer M Russell
    • 22/09/2021

    Cute clean mystery

    This was a cute book with enough plot to keep me interested The narrative was clean enough I could have shared it with my older kids