In an effort to bring to my readers' attention, other books they might like, today I'm featuring Amy Shojai's Trained to Serve.
Choices and challenges will bind them together … or break them apart.
Ten-month-old Keiki thrives on each test of her growing abilities, but strange new yearnings
mystify and distract her. What’s a good-dog to do? She doesn’t want to let the girl down.
Lia Corazon has only three days left to prepare Keiki for the police dog test. There’s more
than the dog’s future at stake. Success will save Lia’s dream of rebuilding her North Texas
dog kennel. Failure means a lifetime of living her grandparents’ dreams.
When a training exercise takes a deadly turn, Lia sends Keiki to protect a young girl, but who
will protect Lia? There’s a killer on the loose and he’ll burn anybody who gets in his way.
About the Author
Amy Shojai is a certified animal behavior consultant for cats and dogs, and the
author of the September & Shadow pet-centric thriller series, and the Keiki & Lia
Thrillers for Lei Crime KindleWorlds.
Amy is also the award-winning author of 30 best selling pet books that cover furry
babies to old-fogies, first aid to natural healing, and behavior/training to Chicken
Soup-icity. She created the Puppies.about.com site as the Puppies Expert and was
the cat behavior expert at cats.About.com, and you can find her half hour
Internet Pet Peeves radio shows here. Amy has been featured as an expert in
hundreds of print venues including The Wall Street Journal, New York
Times, Reader’s Digest, and Family Circle, as well as national radio and
television networks such as CNN, Animal Planet’s DOGS 101 and CATS 101. She’s
been a consultant to the pet products industry and a host/program consultant for
select “furry” TV projects.
Amy is also a musician, actor and playwright, and brings her unique pet-
centric viewpoint to public appearances and performances, audio books (her own
and others), writer webinars, conference keynotes/seminars and THRILLERS WITH