Dunn, on Trillian's favorite outdoor destination:
She loves our walks along the bike path by the Willamette River every morning and her evening runs on the school field next door. But she's happy to go anywhere and she's very disappointed if I go out in the car without her, even though, more often than not, she just gets to sit there while I'm grocery shopping. Amazing, considering she refused point-blank to get in the car when I fetched her from the shelter. It took a good month of...[read on]Carola Dunn is the author of two mystery series, the Daisy Dalrymple mysteries, set in England in the 1920s, and the Cornish Mysteries, set in the 1960s.
Among the early praise for A Colourful Death, the latest Cornish Mystery:
"Once again murder disrupts the quiet life of widowed charity shop owner Eleanor Trewynn, who's settled in the village of Port Mabyn with her Westie, Teazle, in British author Dunn's delightful second cozy set in 1960s Cornwall (after 2009's "Manna from Hades").... Bolstered by strong characters, the fast-moving plot builds to a satisfying conclusion."Read more about Trillian's 2009 visit to Coffee with a Canine.
"Returning from a successful business trip to London, artist Nick Gresham finds his paintings have been destroyed in his studio. When the culprit is murdered, Nick is the prime suspect, and amateur sleuth Eleanor Trewynn swings into action. [A Colourful Death] Dunn's second cozy set in 1960s Cornwall (after "Manna from Hades") is a delightful romp, full of busybodies, unscrupulous artists, and a charming Westie with character."
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Read--Coffee with a Canine: Carola Dunn and Trillian.